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The latest round of the IT Innovation Challenges has just closed for submissions with a record number of ideas being shared. This round, which was open to student only, invited ideas around the two themes ‘teaching and learning’ and ‘student … Continue reading
Students can win up to £15,000 worth of funding by submitting an idea to IT Innovation Challenges today! There will be an information session on Monday January 23rd at 12:30 (IT Services, 13 Banbury Road), please feel free to join us. … Continue reading
Students – come to the IT Innovation Challenges open session on 1 December! There you will find out about how students can apply for up to £15,000 to turn an idea into an innovative project which could enhance the staff … Continue reading
This article is posted on behalf of Lucy Tallents and Jocelyne Hughes The SHOAL project aims to enhance digital learning opportunities at Oxford. A new search-and-share portal will allow staff and students to try for themselves hands-on activities developed here … Continue reading
Since September 2015 the go_girl: code+create project has been bringing together a group of young women from social housing estates from around Oxford to train them at the Department of Education in weekly sessions in research skills, media production, IT … Continue reading