This blog was established to support our conference in 2010. There have been no new posts since then and the blog is now archived.
Thank you to all the delegates and speakers who joined us in Oxford on Tuesday- remotely and physically. As you may know we gather here at Oxford, at about this time each year to explore and debate issues of learning technology … Continue reading
Keynote presentation from Robin Wilson, Professor in the Department of Mathematics at the Open University, a Fellow by special election of Keble College at Oxford: communicating mathematics – a historical and personal journey. Robin speaks eloquently, using slide-transparencies on an … Continue reading
What happens next, after Oxford’s successful first year producing OER through the OpenSpires project? Some questions addressed: Re-use: Did the panel consider who was actually the audience for their content? What content did they think would ‘travel’ well? And ‘portability’ … Continue reading
“I’m global NUMBER ONE of the download chart [for the whole of iTunes-U]? How many does that mean – 20 downloads this week, 100? 18,000 a week! Completely humbling! I hope that’s 18,000 people that I’ve turned on to philosphy” … Continue reading
Jan Hylén, former OECD analyst (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development – a worldwide venture), joins the conference over video link from Sweden – unable to travel to the UK because of the current flight restrictions. Initially there were technical … Continue reading
Melissa Highton welcomed everyone to the start of the Beyond 2010 conference. Melissa is head of the Learning Technologies Group (the LTG), Oxford University Computing Services (OUCS). The recent events in Iceland has made it impossible for three of our … Continue reading
The Beyond Borders 2010 conference will be taking place on April 20 as planned. The volcanic ash may be preventing some of our speakers from attending in person, but it will not stop them from giving their presentations. Video links … Continue reading