The joy of stats

The title is somewhat borrowed from a recent TV series by Prof Hans Rosling, the swedish master statician, and someone I imitated poorly in a couple of recent presentations we have done on the LfI project. One of which you … Continue reading

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What Staff think of Oxford’s Podcasting Activities

The Listening for Impact project team conducted student surveys to find out their views on Oxford’s podcasts. Those survey results were analysed in other blog posts.  The project team released that it is equally important to consult the staff who … Continue reading

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Feedback from Oxford Students (Part 2)

So far the data suggests that most listeners of Oxford’s podcasts are people outside of University of Oxford. Considering that a core activity of the University is teaching and learning, it is essential to explore whether and how the podcasts … Continue reading

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Feedback received by Academics

In the last two years, a number of items produced by Oxford academics have featured in the Top 10 iTunes U download chart. For example, a podcast series made by Marianne Talbot, ‘A Romp through the history of Philosophy’ has … Continue reading

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Feedback from Oxford Students (Part 1)

Feedback from the Oxford Freshers’ survey Most of the feedback received by the academics that produce podcasts came from people outside of Oxford University. To sample audience impact within the institution, a survey was undertaken. An Oxford University Freshers’ Fair … Continue reading

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