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News from Academic IT is closing down with effect from Thursday 5th October. From the start of Michaelmas Term, you will be able to find general news and articles about technology-enhanced learning on the Digital Education website. We are transferring … Continue reading
Dr Peggy McCready, Director of Academic IT, writes: I am pleased to announce that Dr David (Dai) Jenkins has joined Academic IT as the Head of Research Computing and Support Services. This is a newly formed group that brings together … Continue reading
Dr Peggy McCready, Director of Academic IT, writes: I am pleased to announce that Steve Burholt will serve as the Support and Consultancy Manager for Technology Enhanced Learning. Steve will lead a team of specialists who provide advice, consultancy and … Continue reading
Sarah Argles, Senior Communications Officer, Education IT Programme writes: The new Education IT Programme Update is an informative termly publication covering the Academic IT and Student Systems projects within the remit of the Education IT Programme. Academic IT project updates … Continue reading
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
During 2017 you can expect to see Academic IT Services staff out and about in a University building near you. This is following two trial IT Services roadshows in November at the Andrew Wiles Building (Maths Institute) and the Manor Road … Continue reading
As part of the University’s World War I Centenary programme, Academic IT Services teamed up with TORCH to launch a World War I research competition. Over the summer, we welcomed proposals from students and early career researchers, from any discipline at the … Continue reading
The University’s announcement of its first massive open online course (MOOC) on 15th November made national headlines. The course, ‘From Poverty to Prosperity: Understanding Economic Development,’ will be led by Sir Paul Collier, Professor of Economics and Public Policy at the … Continue reading
Publication of Oxford’s Digital Education Strategy in the early summer of 2016 marked a major step forward for technology-enhanced teaching and learning in the University. The aim is to ensure that, by 2020, ‘Oxford remains a premier institution for teaching, … Continue reading