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Apple will feature Oxford itunesU content ‘Philosophy for Beginners’ on demo computers in Apple Retail Stores worldwide.
One million downloads have been made from Oxford’s site on iTunes U – a free website featuring more than 500 audio and video podcasts about the University. Oxford also currently enjoys the number one spot in the global iTunes U … Continue reading
Ken Kahn, Howard Noble and Arthur Hjorth will present at the 6th European Social Simulation Association Conference, at Surrey University on the 17th September. ESSA is an international gathering of scientist that use computer modelling in their work. Our presentation … Continue reading
Aston University Monday 21st September Join Cilip’s Multimedia, Information and Technology Group for their 2009 annual conference, taking place in the ‘state of the art’ Lakeside Conference Centre. As library and information professionals, we are continually being asked to support … Continue reading
DEPARTMENTAL LECTURERSHIP IN EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT FOR RESEARCHERS University grade 8 (£36,532 – £43,622 p.a. with a discretionary range to £47,666 p.a.) You will coordinate and support development programmes for research students and staff at Oxford by: • Advising on the … Continue reading
Oxford University is a member of the Association for Learning Technology (ALT). The ALT annual conference is held on 8-10 September 2009, Manchester, UK. ALT-C 2009: “In dreams begins responsibility” – choice, evidence, and change. *Keynote speakers* Martin Bean, Vice … Continue reading