A new report from the Kellogg ALT Centre highlights the fact that assistive technologies can provide a positive means of helping to enable learning, and a great deal of work has been conducted on this topic from a broad range … Continue reading
You’ll remember that one of the recommendations from the recent DIGE report referred to the need to bring data about lectures and talks happening at Oxford together in one place. It referred to ‘OxfordTalks or its successor’. Talks.linacre has now … Continue reading
Jisc and Ithaka S+R are launching “Sustaining Our Digital Future: Institutional Strategies for Digital Content”, a new report aimed at helping digital projects to thrive. The report includes a Sustainability Health Check Tool for Digital Content Projects.
From addiction to gaming, the distractions of the Internet, to the risks of social networking, the downsides of new technology in the lives of teenagers are often over-blown. Teenagers and Technology by Oxford researchers Chris Davies (Education)and Rebecca Eynon (OII)presents … Continue reading
Researchers at Oxford have produced a trilingual compendium of international, institutional OER case studies . Featuring Open Spires of course.
The European Commission is launching a new strategy called Rethinking Education to encourage Member States to take immediate action to ensure that young people develop the skills and competences needed by the labour market and to achieve their targets for … Continue reading
The World OER Congress held at UNESCO, Paris on 20-22 June 2012 recommended that member states ‘Foster awareness and use of OER’: Promote and use OER to widen access to education at all levels, and improve both cost-efficiency and quality of … Continue reading
Better Learning through Technology – a report from the SchoolsTech Conversation . LTG’s Liz Masterman’s says “the report gives a good sense of the current landscape in schools from teachers’ perspectives. The sentence that leapt out for me is ‘Technology … Continue reading
The site is a portal to a collection of high quality self-study open educational resources (OERs) targeted at students in UK institutions following research degrees.