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Usability – how well a digital tool supports users in carrying out their tasks ‘in an effective, efficient and satisfactory manner’ (Freire et al. 2012) – is a crucial consideration, whether you’re developing a new tool or deciding whether to … Continue reading
The Replay Lecture Capture team has announced this term’s programme of training for both new and existing users. All sessions are offered free of charge and take place in the IT Learning Centre in IT Services’ offices at 13 Banbury … Continue reading
Research – both in Oxford and outside – suggests that the successful experiences of colleagues can be a powerful source of inspiration for exploring the role of technology in one’s teaching. One of the ways in which Academic IT brokers this … Continue reading
On 1st August 2016 the University launched its Replay lecture capture service, to which departments and faculties are signing up in increasing numbers. Given that the service was developed substantially in response to requests from students, it was natural to seek their … Continue reading
Complementing the release of the University’s eagerly awaited Digital Education Strategy, Academic IT Services is pleased to publish a revised and extended portfolio of services to staff and students in the Collegiate University. The services fall into the following broad categories: Teaching and … Continue reading