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Our Engage programme on the use of digital technologies in impact, outreach and engagement is now well under way. Slides are now available online from last week’s presentation on the OxReach crowdfunding platform project, and the considerable engagement required for successful crowdfunding and … Continue reading
Can you help build a calendar of events for all in Oxford who are interested in educational technologies and techniques, for students, for teaching, and public engagement and outreach? We have started to add events to the Digital Education at … Continue reading
The term ‘crowdsourcing’ crops up almost daily in the media, but it’s probably a fair guess that many people have only a general idea about how it works. In this article we look briefly at some of the characteristics of … Continue reading
Wikipedia is consulted millions of times each month by people all over the world, yet only around one in ten contributors is female. This bias is reflected in the quantity and quality of articles relating to women, both living and … Continue reading
The final two lunchtime sessions of this team’s engage programme deal with data: how we can reuse it and revisualise it to engage with audiences beyond the academic sphere. Engaging audiences with digital – Hackathons at the Bodleian Libraries Liz … Continue reading