Some new lunchtime learning technology sessions this term in OUCS

This Friday lunchtime sees the start of our new Make: courses which highlight the creative use of technology in research and teaching.  We are all looking forward to the first session, Make: Websites – Using MedLearn.  This one-hour presentation will give an introduction to MedLearn from a user’s perspective, how useful it is, how to create materials and more.  For information and booking please go to:

To find out more about our digital media courses – why not come to breakfast:

Make: Digital breakfast
Fri 07 May

The following sessions are also scheduled for this term:

Make: Together – Using E-assessment *
Tue 27 Apr

*This session focusses on the QuestionMark Perception assessment tool – obviously it is also possible to do (formative) assessment in new WebLearn. QuestionMark Perception is licensed software which must be purchased – it is more comprehensive than the Tasks, Tests and Surveys tool in WebLearn and is worth looking at if WebLearn doesn’t have desired functionality.

Make: Images – A chemical galaxy
Tue 04 May

Make: Open – Crowding together
Tue 11 May

Make: Images – Using maps creatively
Wed 12 May

Make: Audio – Real life podcasting at Refugee Study Centre
Tue 18 May

Make: Music – An overview of some music creation software
Wed 19 May

Make: Together – It’s easier than you think
Thu 20 May

Make: Together – Using iCases for simulations
Fri 21 May

Make: Together – Teaching undergraduates with WebLearn
Tue 25 May

Make: Together – TEI and wikis
Thu 27 May

Make: Together – How we wrote Mobile Oxford
Wed 02 Jun

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