Digital Impacts: Crowdsourcing in the Arts and Humanities

Tuesday 9 April 2013  Location: Ship Street Centre, Jesus College, Oxford This one-day workshop will showcase digital crowdsourcing projects in the Arts and Humanities, and discuss the impact of such initiatives. ‘Impact’ is a broad term, which encompasses issues connected … Continue reading

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Powerful partnerships: defining the learning experience

.HEA Annual Conference 2013, 3 – 4 July 2013, The University of Warwick This year’s event will explore the increasing use of partnerships to address the challenges presented by change. The three conference strands are: students; employers; and organisations as … Continue reading

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SEDA Summer School – Academic Development for the Digital University

15 July 2013 – 17 July 2013 Cumberland Lodge, Windsor Great Park Price: £795.00 This SEDA Summer School is intended for colleagues, whether new or experienced in academic development, who see as part of their role helping their institution to … Continue reading

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ALT Annual Conference Call for Papers

Deadline is early March, conference 10-12 September http://www.alt.ac.uk/alt-conference/altc2013/submit-proposal

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OER 2013 Conference

Building on the strengths of OER10, OER11 and Cambridge 2012 (where OER12 and OCWC12 conferences combined), OER13 will take place at the University of Nottingham, renowned for its Open Nottingham programme which has strategically embraced the agenda of open access … Continue reading

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“The Online Revolution: Education for Everyone.”

Daphne Koller, Professor of Computer Science at Stanford University and Co-Founder/Co-CEO of Coursera, will give a Distinguished Speaker Seminar at Saïd Business School at 5.30pm on Monday 28 January 2013 entitled “The Online Revolution: Education for Everyone.”

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Innovating e-Learning online

The seventh JISC Innovating e-Learning online conference takes place this year on 19-23 November 2012, with conference activity week running from 13 November. The conference has an excellent line up with keynote speakers that include Dr Sue Black, James Clay and Ian Gilbert.  The … Continue reading

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EduWiki Conference 2012

Wednesday 5 – Thursday 6 September 2012  University of Leicester  A day-and-a-half conference looking at Wikipedia, Wikiversity and related charitable projects, not in terms of educational resources, but educational practice, including collaboration, open review, and global participation. It’s a chance … Continue reading

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HEA/SEDA Conference: Open Horizons: Sharing the future

20 Jul 2012, Aston Conference Centre, Birmingham, UK Following three years of funding from the Higher Education Academy and JISC, a wide range of programmes and projects have explored the creation, development, use and reuse of open educational resources. Globally, … Continue reading

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Promoting Digital Literacy through OER

University of Bedfordshire are hosting an event in Oxford ‘Promoting Digital Literacy through OER: the release, use and reuse of open educational resources’ on Thursday 5th July 10.00am -2.00pm at St Anne’s College, Oxford University. It is particularly aimed at ITE/teacher education … Continue reading

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