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The January issue of the Oxford Blueprint magazine features out Great Writers OER project on its front cover. Complete with interactive key to the writers.
In order to gain a deep understanding of the feedback gathered in the recent DIGE report, the WebLearn Student Experience (WLSE) project aims to enhance the student experience of using WebLearn . Read about the project
Our LTG intern Alex Paddock has filled our LTG Case Study Blog with 25 new case studies of exemplary use of technology for teaching, learning, research and outreach at Oxford. She has also created four new video case studies, available on … Continue reading
The DIGE report describes digital services provided by Oxford for students and staff to enhance the learning experience. The recommendations report, contains much which is relevant to learning technologies and is well worth a read.
Our annual learning technologies conference Beyond Books: there and back again held on 12th June, OUCS was a great success. Lovely to see so many friends and exciting projects.
OUCS has been host to teachers and lecturers from UK schools, colleges and HE this week for another of our teacher engagement workshops. The project team ran a workshop focused on content discovery, creation, and evaluation giving teachers the chance to engage … Continue reading
Each week this term we will publish a video ‘Casestudy in Innovative Practice’ on the LTG YouTube Channel. The case studies capture the experiences of lecturers and students at the University who are using technology in innovative ways to enrich their teaching and … Continue reading
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Liz Masterman and Joanna Wild, researchers in the LTG, presented a paper at the annual BERA conference . They argued for the importance of considering cultural, historical and institutional context when researching how teachers and learners engage with learning technology, giving … Continue reading