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The first of the new materials coming out of our ‘Great Writers Inspire’ project with the Faculty of English are available in our podcasts collections now.
Newly published: an article about learning technologies at Oxford by LTG colleagues Melissa Highton, Jill Fresen and Joanna Wild. Making academic OER easy: Reflections on technology and openness at Oxford University
In celebration of a good year, and in the spirit of giving, re-using and sharing we have created an online advent calendar chock full of tasty online resources free to download. Click a number each day in December.
The number of Oxford podcasts published into iTunesU continues to grow each month. If you are wondering, as we do, who is listening to them, it is possible to use the data supplied by Apple and the size of our logfiles … Continue reading
We look forward to welcoming colleagues and friends to the Beyond Borders conference at Oxford on April 20th. This event will feature speakers from the UK and beyond, and serve to showcase and celebrate work done at Oxford University this year … Continue reading
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.