content with content

I am delighted to report that the OpenSpires project team have been working hard and colleagues are to be congratulated on producing so much open content at quite short notice. More than 70  Oxford University academics have signed the licence, releasing their … Continue reading

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the learner and their context

This year I have been part of the research group in Oxford University Dept  of Education concerned with topics such as learners’ experience outside formal education; learner voice; online cultures; as well as developments and trends in learners’ behaviour and … Continue reading

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mind the gap

  39 flipcharts on the LTG awayday. We covered a lot in one day.  We  spent the morning on an exercise exploring the gaps in our service coverage. We found some of the following gaps: The gap in the market … Continue reading

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make a creative strand

The aim of the learning technologies group in OUCS is to providing University staff and students with training in IT literacy skills and how to effectively use C&IT in teaching and research: Promoting that use; Providing well equipped teaching and … Continue reading

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beyond borders

University of Oxford Computing Services are happy to announce the annual ‘Beyond’ conference for 2010. Please save the date in your diaries. Beyond Borders: The place of research institutions in open education. Tuesday 20th April 2010, Said Business School, University … Continue reading

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changing demographics

More than a third (38 per cent) of  academic staff at Oxford, including 30 per cent of teaching and research staff and 43 per cent of research-only staff, are citizens of foreign countries.  Our colleagues come from 85 different countries. The largest groups … Continue reading

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