not just for Christmas

Open educational resources from Oxford University are published with Creative Commons licences so you can download them, keep them, enjoy them, share them and use them in your own teaching or research.  Each day of December until the 24th, we … Continue reading

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assistance needed

The Student Digital Experience (DIGE) workstream is a collaboration between the Learning Technologies Group (LTG) in Oxford University Computing Services and the Student Systems Replacement Programme (SSRP) in the Academic Administration Division. It runs from 1st October 2011 until 30th … Continue reading

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benefits for all

The Kellogg College Centre for Research into Assistive Learning Technologies The  Centre will focus on new developments in the application of digital technologies to support the learning and educational achievement of young people in school and higher education with a … Continue reading

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pursuit of ‘appiness

While controversy rages about appropriateness of the Official Guide, and the Bodleian’s King James Bible app is hailed by Stephen Fry on Twitter as ‘cowing lush and no mistake’, let’s see what you think of Mobile Oxford. Did you know … Continue reading

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seek and ye shall find

Today we launched the new podcasts.ox.ac.uk page. Ever wondered what podcasts are available from your college? Searching for someone particular? Guessing how much content from Oxford is released under a CC licence? Revising for an exam? No longer must you … Continue reading

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values and ethics

If we suggest and celebrate the fact that  colleagues choose to produce OER because of their own ethical stance or personal values, can we assume that resistance to engaging with other learning technology might equally be values based?   Oxford … Continue reading

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the idea of a university

This evening I spoke in a series of Oxford seminars convened by the Assessor entitled ‘Beyond Consumerism? Learning and Teaching in the 21st Century University’. I am a fan of events with ‘beyond’ in the title as you may know. … Continue reading

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