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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
It’s that time of year again. The OxTALENT annual awards recognise members of the University who have made use of ICT to foster learning and academic practice. The awards will be given at a redcarpet event on 18th June.
20 fabulous winners received prizes for innovation in teaching with technology on June 21st. Read more about the winners and the red carpet event.
Winners of OxTALENT awards for innovation in teaching and learning with technology at Oxford were honoured again as part of the University Teaching Awards ceremony at Rhodes House.
The OxTALENT annual awards recognise those who have made innovative use of IT in teaching and learning at Oxford.
To celebrate our Make: Creative Teaching Strand and The OxTALENT Awards for use of IT in Learning and Teaching 17th June, 4-00-6pm. To receive an invitation, please contact email@example.com
If you already have a conference poster and/or a research digital image that you are proud of, why not enter it in our competition? The closing date for both competitions is midday Friday 30th April 2010.Judging will take place by … Continue reading
A 2009 OxTALENT award for innovative use of technology in learning spaces was awarded to Dr M. Antoni J. Ucerler of the Oriental Institute in East Asian Studies. Antoni uses Google Earth with an electronic whiteboard to teach global history. … Continue reading
In preparation for the launch of the new WebLearn system we had a number of pilot projects going on this year. It is through these pilots that we have tested the tools to ensure that they fit the needs of … Continue reading