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Presentations will cover some of the most up-to-date projects and initiatives at Oxford University and those involving partners and communities where technologies for digital scholarship have brought us back to books, text and writing in new ways.
|9.30||Registration and Coffee
|10.00||Welcome and introduction to the themes of the day
Melissa Highton, Head of Learning Technologies group, Oxford University
|10.20||New approaches to sharing academic writing online
Chair: Howard Noble
|New approaches to corpora and text
Chair: Dave Baker
|11.30||New ways with e-books
Chair: Kate Lindsay
|New learning technology research
Chair: Jill Fresen
|12.30||Lunch (St Anthony’s College)|
|2.00||New approaches to Open Access publishing and Open Educational Resources
Rachel Bruce, Innovation Director, Digital Infrastructure, JISC
|2.30||New approaches to research data
Chair: Melissa Highton
|New approaches to the canon
Chair: Howard Noble
|3.40||Panel session Chair: Joanna Wild|
|5.00||Close Sessions during the day will feature:
The Great Writers project on using podcasts and ebooks to engage learners and teacher of literature.
The Oxford Internet Institute initiative to publish research as interactive ibooks.
The SPINDLE project on the challenges of speech recognition of text in academic oratory/ for academic purposes.
The WW1 Centenary project on crowdsourcing to re-write history.
The PoliticsInspire project on open blogging and OER journalism.
Oxford projects on enhanced ebooks and text encoding.
Learning and teaching with data-driven interactive visualisations.
The TOETOE Project on re-using academic corpora for open language learning.
Invisible learning and the the impact of technological advances in formal, non-formal, and informal education.
New research in assistive technologies for reading and studying.
Re-use of other people’s teaching materials in academic practice.
The challenges of meeting students expectations of the digital experience at Oxford.
The challenges of using research collections in teaching and engagement.
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