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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
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.
‘I’ve had responses from as far away as Iran, the USA, Portugal and Kyrgyzstan to my iTunes lectures: far beyond their original delivery in a lecture theatre in Oxford. Oxford’s open projects and the Creative Commons license enable us to extend … 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
Our collection day in Dublin was the biggest roadshow to date. More than 600 people from across Ireland travelled to National Library of Ireland in Dublin for the Family History roadshow, eager to finally be allowed to tell the story … Continue reading
LTG colleagues are collecting and digitising family history artefacts in cities across Europe. A poster outside the collection venue in Luxembourg.