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The recent style critiquing of women at Oxford is, for me, worrisome on several levels. 1) It is hard enough to persuade colleagues to develop an online presence for fear of misogynistic comments. Articles in the Daily Mail don’t help. … Continue reading
More data magic has been performed by the WebLearn and OXCAP teams. When the principle of subsidiarity is so enshrined in the university it is hard to offer any kind of consistency of experience. Nevertheless, in the face of repeated … Continue reading
Oxford University email users are subject to repeated spam and phishing attacks every week. Teams in IT Services do their best to block attacks and urge users not to respond. “The University is targeted by phishing campaigns and if only … Continue reading
The Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2012-2013 rank Oxford at No.3 ( well, joint 2nd) The DIGE research involved some comparison with our peer institutions and some surveying of students to discover their impressions of difference. No need to … Continue reading
Students from the four DIGE focus groups reported using applications such as Word, Excel and referencing software, as well as search engines such as Google Search and Google Scholar. In fact, all 16 data sets from the focus group card-sorting … Continue reading
All our latest research on the subject: The Dying Kiss: Gender and Intimacy in the Trenches Love Letter: Vera Brittain to Roland Leighton Love Letter: Roland Leighton to Vera Brittain (War and primroses) Butterflies in the trenches Rupert Brooke Sonnets … Continue reading
In the light of yet another high profile plagiarism scandal amongst leaders and decisionmakers I wonder yet again what advice is being offered to the future leaders we educate at Oxford. The current policy (2008) on Undergraduate Teaching notes that … Continue reading
When the principle of subsidiarity is so enshrined in the university it is hard to offer any kind of consistency of experience. Applications and websites provided by the University of Oxford, the SOLO library website and the course or departmental … Continue reading
It’s that time of year again, we are invited to hear the results of the Student Barometer Survey. Last year we did a survey of students, enquiring as to the quality of their digital experience. In discussions with students it … Continue reading