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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
There are only three days left for you to add your idea to current challenge on the Oxford Ideas website. Here’s a reminder of the categories: inclusivity: helping to promote equality, value diversity and maintain a working, learning and social environment in … Continue reading
‘Diversity’ trails offering an alternative history of Oxford, automated identification of plant leaves and software to help with investment decisions: three very varied ideas for projects that have been submitted to the Spring 2016 IT Innovation Challenge. But time is … Continue reading
The number of ideas submitted to the Spring 2016 challenge on the Oxford Ideas website continues to grow, and our Q&A session on 16th February attracted a sizeable – and enthusiastic – audience. There are more than two weeks remaining for you … Continue reading
The IT Innovation Challenges provide funding up to £60,000 for small-scale digital projects that will bring a benefit to the University; for example, by creating an app or website, or by using an existing technology in a novel way. The Spring … Continue reading
The IT Innovation Challenges provide funding for small-scale digital projects that will bring a benefit to the University; for example, by creating an app or website, or by using an existing technology in a novel way. The Spring 2016 challenge is … Continue reading
The IT Innovation Challenges, part of the University’s IT Capital Plan, supports small start-up digital projects that will bring benefits to the University. It aims to fund innovative projects which will enhance the staff or student experience at Oxford through digital … Continue reading