Tags#oxengage ABM apple awards beyond2010 celebrate collections community conference Developing learning and teaching Oxford dige digital experience dissemination feedback funding JohnJohnson collection LAMS2010 learning materials M4L make make good make open media modelling oer online open oxTALENT publicity recognition research reward rewards sakai social media social software students teaching thema training virtual VLE WebLearn widening reach wikipedia
ImagesThe images used in the blog are sourced, mostly, from within Oxford University. If you like them, please do ask me where I found them. firstname.lastname@example.org
Our top team of digital crowdsourcers have been travelling again. This time to Fort Cadine in Trento, in northern Italy. Once again, the community was invited to bring along family memorabilia – including letters, photographs, objects, and diaries – and … Continue reading
Oxford University continues to lead the UK in the amounts of open online learning resources we release. Check out our new international collections highlighted as part of our HEA internationalisation projects.
Throughout December we are gathering our twinkliest free content together in a sled-load of gifts. Please enjoy OpenSleigh, with best wishes for the festive season.
In celebration of Ada Lovelace day we have highlighted content from women scientists in our podcast collection and there is a wikipedia editathon at the RSL.
We have several interns and work placement students with us over the summer developing tools and creating content for the LTG. Read about Ankita’s OER podcasts.
The Europeana 1914-1918 project has appeared in over 20 press articles detailing stories of incredible finds at its World War I family history roadshows, including a badly spelt postcard sent from a young Adolf Hitler. The initiative to capture the … Continue reading
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
LTG colleagues are collecting and digitising family history artefacts in cities across Europe. A poster outside the collection venue in Luxembourg.
Develop a skill? Grow your knowledge and understanding? Sort out your reading list? To mark the 2012 Leap Year all courses at OUCS on February the 29th are FREE. Book now to avoid disappointment.