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In February, the DaMaRO Project ran its first face-to-face training events. These included a half-day Introduction to Research Data Management course, which we offered twice, to members of two of the University of Oxford’s academic divisions (Medical Sciences, and Mathematical, … Continue reading
IT Services teams have been in London this week filming the Oxford London Lecture 2013: Where are the robots? Where are the robots we seem to have been promised since the 1950s? What is the hold up? Are we nearly … Continue reading
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.
Melissa Highton presents the findings of the DIGE Project which investigated the use of technology by students from Oxford in this podcast.
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.
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
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