Call for Entries: Apereo Teaching and Learning Awards (ATLAS) 2017

The Apereo Teaching and Learning community is seeking submissions for the annual Apereo Teaching and Learning Awards competition. The award recognises innovation and excellence in the use of digital technologies to enhance teaching, academic collaboration, and student engagement and learning. … Continue reading

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Call for Entries: Apereo Teaching and Learning Awards (ATLAS) 2016

The Apereo Teaching and Learning community is seeking submissions for the annual Apereo Teaching and Learning Awards (formerly TWSIA) competition. The award recognizes innovation and excellence in technology-supported teaching, academic collaboration, and student engagement and learning. With our new name, … Continue reading

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Call for Entries: 2015 Teaching with Sakai (aka WebLearn) Innovation Award

Announcement from the TWISA Committee The Sakai Teaching and Learning community is seeking submissions for the 2015 Teaching With Sakai Innovation Award (TWSIA) competition. The award recognizes innovation and excellence in technology-supported teaching, academic collaboration, and student engagement. We look … Continue reading

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OXTALENT Awards: Use of WebLearn to support a Course or Programme of Study

Thanks to Liz Masterman for this article. Thomas Jellis, School of Geography and the Environment: The Copenhagen Fieldclass Dr Thomas Jellis is a lecturer in the School of Geography and the Environment and a tutor at Hertford and St John’s … Continue reading

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WebLearn OxTALENT Winners

Yesterday saw the annual OxTALENT awards held in OUCS and as usual the standard of entries submitted to the WebLearn categories were very high. There were two separate categories for WebLearn ‘Use of WebLearn to support a course or programme … Continue reading

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Teaching with Sakai Innovation Award 2012

Each year the Sakai Foundation runs a competition to recognise and promote innovation in using Sakai (WebLearn at Oxford) for teaching and learning. The winners have travel expenses and conference registration paid to attend and present their innovations at the … Continue reading

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Mobile Oxford wins the UCISA Award for Excellence

Mobile Oxford which amongst other things provides access to WebLearn on a mobile phone has just won a prestigious award. Mobile Oxford is being used as part of our Mobile Phone Polls pilot – students can vote in a WebLearn … Continue reading

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Time to Apply – Teaching with Sakai Innovation Award

The entry process is now open for the 2011 Teaching with Sakai Innovation Award (TWSIA). The application and supporting materials are available at http://openedpractices.org/twsia. The 2011 award seeks to expand the sharing of innovative teaching and collaboration practices to include: … Continue reading

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Call for Judges — Teaching With Sakai Innovation Award

The Teaching With Sakai Innovation Award (TWSIA) committee is seeking distinguished individuals to serve as judges for the fourth annual competition for this international award. We are looking for judges who have a passion for teaching, and whose life-long work … Continue reading

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Our very own Mathew Buckett has been elected as a Sakai Foundation Fellow

Matthew Buckett has just been elected as a Sakai Fellow for 2010. It’s a great honour and is a way of the Sakai community thanking him for absolutely top notch contributions over the last few years. Personally I think he … Continue reading

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