At #OxEngage we’re proud to match you based on meaningful aspects of your interest in teaching and learning with technology, “not just that you both like ping-pong or once visited Belgium” (to misquote an ad campaign)
On Tuesday 14th February make a date with #OxEngage for a networking opportunity to encourage you to diversify your teaching with digital tools, book now.
Join us for this ‘birds of a feather’ – a get together – for teaching staff to meet colleagues and experts in digital technologies for learning and teaching. Curious how you can use digital tools for in-lecture polls, to engage tutorial students, enhance feedback or tackle learning challenges? Whether you already have experience with digital teaching tools or are a complete beginner, join us to learn and share how you and your students can benefit from adopting new techniques.
This event is run by the SHOAL project and Academic IT Services in support of the University’s Digital Education Strategy.
Tuesday 14th February
Diversify your teaching with digital tools
12.30-13.30 | Lunchtime Talk: Led by Jocelyne Hughes, Continuing Education; Lucy Tallents, Zoology, (both from the SHOAL project); Xavier Laurent and Steve Burholt, both learning technologists in Academic IT Services | Intended audience: Lecturers, tutors, post-docs and D-Phils interested in expanding their teaching repertoire | Format: Presentation and Q&A | What you will need: No experience required, just an interest in digital tools for teaching and learning (which could include WebLearn, Moodle, Replay lecture capture, podcasts and videos, VR, polling, and mobile devices) | Objectives: Explore digital tools; Understand pedagogy; Share ideas; Understand how you can contribute to the SHOAL project, the VLE review, OxTalent, IT Innovation challenges, and the Digital Education at Oxford website | Pre-requisites: Please familiarise yourself with the Digital Education at Oxford website http://www.digitaleducation.ox.ac.uk/ and come along with questions. | Where next? This is a chance to encourage the fostering of an online community at the University to share experience, knowledge, skills, and digital tools to enrich teaching and learning. | Booking link
Many of these #OxEngage sessions showcase work done by the University’s IT Innovation Challenges and surface stories relating to the University’s Digital Education Strategy.
The full #OxEngage programme: http://blogs.it.ox.ac.uk/engage/oxengage/2017-2/. Watch this space along with the Engage Facebook page and follow #OxEngage to hear all the latest updates.
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