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On the centenary of Britain’s entry into the First World War we remember the combatants and civilians who died or suffered during that terrible conflict, as well as those soldiers who returned to pick up their lives – often bearing … Continue reading
James Cummings and colleagues in Academic IT Services are busy during the week 14th-18th July with the Digital Humanities Summer School (DHOxSS). This annual training event introduces researchers, project managers, students, and anyone interested in digital humanities to a range … Continue reading
At the end of June we said goodbye to Melissa, who after six years in Oxford has moved to a new post at the University of Edinburgh. Melissa joined as Head of the Learning Technologies Group and subsequently became Co-Director … Continue reading
The OxTALENT awards for innovation and creativity in the use of digital technology in the University were presented in a packed Isis room at IT Services on Wednesday 18th June. This has been a particularly fruitful year, with the number … Continue reading
Five LTG staff will be at the European LAMS conference being held at Oxford this week, including Dr Liz Masterman as keynote speaker. Melissa Highton, Dr Jill Fresen, Lisa Mansell and Dr Ylva Berglund-Prytz will also present.
More than 70 Oxford University colleagues have released their material as Open Content this year as part of the OpenSpires project. Thank you to you all.
The Art Design Media Subject Centre (ADM-HEA) is pleased to invite funding proposals for projects of 12 months duration, which will run from March 2010 to March 2011. There are three key themes for applications this year, which align with … Continue reading