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Come along to our red carpet event to celebrate how we use digital technology to support learning and teaching. We will be giving prizes to more than 20 winners from across the collegiate University. We will be live tweeting as … Continue reading
“Learning at Work Week” is a national annual awareness campaign to promote and support workplace learning. All University staff are invited to sample our many ways to learn from a range of face to face sessions, downloadable podcasts and on-line … Continue reading
WebLearn site owners can easily build new sites using a template based on their own teaching context, and they may adapt any template according to the pedagogical purpose and nature of the course. The team just have published an article … Continue reading
In order to meet demand from departments and schools, we are carrying out some live trials of automated (as opposed to manual) recording of lectures. We are also investigating best practice in using recorded lectures to support learning. We hope … Continue reading
Make: is back for Trinity! This term we have 17 lunchtime sessions that will give you ideas for using technology in your teaching, learning and outreach. The series also includes sessions about 3D scanning, modelling, printing and more, so there … Continue reading
The internships we offer to Oxford University students are a key element in how IT Services ensure that our skills and services are up to date. What a luxury for any IT group to have such an enormous pool of … Continue reading
Our Europeana’s family history roadshows continue. So far, more than 90,000 contributions are accessible online. The roadshows were developed in partnership with Academic IT and have been held in 12 countries so far, attended by thousands of ordinary people who … Continue reading
Competition categories for this year’s OxTALENT awards are now open. Tell us about the amazing work you have been doing in supporting teaching and learning.
The DigitalHumanities at Oxford Summer School 2014 is now open for booking! Watch last year’s sessions, 20 recordings from the Cultural Connections theme are avilable to listen/watch again.