opening doors

As part of our  ‘Listening for Impact’ project we are analysing the media coverage  oxford on Itunes has generated for the University. It seems to fall into the following broad categories: Free for all: iTunes U has enabled Oxford University … Continue reading

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circle your wagons

“Collaborate to compete, seizing the opportunity of online learning for UK higher education” is the report to HEFCE by the Online Learning Task Force. While including a strong recommendation for more OER initiatives, there are a few confusing areas: There … Continue reading

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crime and creativity

Regular readers of this blog, if there are any, will know of my enthusiasm for  The John Johnson Collection of Digitised Printed Ephemera.   In December we submitted a bid to JISC from LTG to work with ProQuest, the Bodleian Library … Continue reading

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what’s the score?

I have been lucky in  being awarded some time and money to  work on a project as a SCORE fellow with the Open University. My project will explore the relationship between OER and the research-teaching nexus by looking closely at how academic … Continue reading

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another year older and deeper in downloads

 The OUCS annual report is now available, if you like that kind of thing. Demand for everything is rising, including our podcasts- 8 million downloads and counting. The University has also taken first steps into YouTube. In LTG we continue … Continue reading

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