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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
Learning lessons when social media is misused The growing use of social media can potentially bring about many benefits but also several risks to young people. The Digital Wildfire project is an exciting, interdisciplinary research study which focuses on how provocative content can rapidly … Continue reading
Q: What do Oxford Sparks, FreeSpeechDebate and the Angus Library at Regent’s Park College have in common? A: They have all deposited teaching materials for schools in the TES Resources online repository. TES Resources is part of the online portal … Continue reading