Oxford ACIT Newsletter – Trinity Term 15 Week 3 #altc #awards #courses #students #digital

1.  OxTALENT closing date extended to 22 May 2015 2. Registration is now open for the Digital Humanities at Oxford Summer School 3. WebLearn Improved Student Experience (WISE) project 4. Upcoming ITLP courses 5. Current articles from a peer-reviewed Open … Continue reading

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LTG Announce: Hilary Term 14 – Week 1

1. Latest WebLearn Improvements 2. Reach out to UK schools – The TES Teachers’ portal 3. Job vacancy – IT Learning Programme demonstrators 4. OSS Watch News 5. Online safety, security and privacy 6. Agent-based modelling get-together on 3 February … Continue reading

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Improvements made by the recent upgrade of WebLearn – Oxford’s Virtual Learning Environment

By Adam Marshall WebLearn was upgraded on Monday 13th January 2014 to version 2.8-ox9. Highlights include a new version of the Tests tool and more improvements to the Sign-up tool plus the usual collection of general improvements. For more detailed … Continue reading

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The collected wisdom of ALT members: software for asking questions in a lecture

Note: this is a simple summary of what discussed amongst the members. I have kept the suggestions anonymous. If you prefer to be named, just drop me a line. A question asked by an ALT member: Could anyone suggest an … Continue reading

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The collected wisdom of ALT members: lecture caputure tools

Does your institution do lecture capture?  What platform are you using? Recently this has been discussed on the ALT mailing list.  In order to see the big picture, Julian Prior from Southampton Solent University set up a survey and published … Continue reading

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The collected wisdom: the future of higher education and the role of Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL)discussion on the ALT mailing list

Note: this is a simple summary of what discussed amongst the members. I have kept the suggestions anonymous. If you prefer to be named, just drop me a line. A question asked by an ALT member: I am looking for … Continue reading

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LTG Announce: Michaelmas Term 13 – Week 8 (last one this term)

1. Featured LTG case study – A Mobile Interactive Whiteboard System to Support Problem-Based Learning 2 . The future of digital media at Oxford 3.  WebLearn improvements as a result of the recent upgrade 4.  News and events from the … Continue reading

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Top 100 tools for learning 2013

I posted the Top 100 Tools for Learning 2011.  Here is the Top 100 tools for learning 2013 by Jane Hart Centre for Learning and Performance Technologies (C4LPT).  Jane also categorised the tools based on how they can be used. … Continue reading

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LTG Announce: Michaelmas Term 13 – Week 4 @ltgoxford @ox_it #research #free #data

Oxford OERs in Times Educational Supplement Digital Media User Group (DMUG) Michaelmas term 2013 – The future of digital media at Oxford Featured LTG case study – OxTweet: a virtual taste of student life Research Skills Toolkit Improved discoverability of … Continue reading

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The collected wisdom: Media Content Management System (CMS) discussion on the ALT mailing list

As Diana Laurillard commented at the ALT committee meeting last month, there had been interesting discussions on the ALT mailing list. This is the first of ‘The collected wisdom’ series to capture and share the knowledge generated by the community … Continue reading

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