Massive Online Open Conflicts

World War I Centenary: Continuations and Beginnings is the latest massive online open collection to emerge from the Oxford OER stable. It provides digital learning materials available for global reuse in teaching about a global event.  Materials include articles, audio … Continue reading

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Putting the ‘X’ in Oxford

When I read about EdX, MITx, BerkeleyX, HarvardX  etc I wonder if they envy the fact that we already have the X in our name*. Oxford has a fine tradition of extension teaching (for that is what the X stands). … Continue reading

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o tell me the truth about love

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

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open approaches at Oxford: OER Oxford

Examples of projects taking an explicity, openly, creative commons approach to their content: Politics InSpires a collaborative effort between the Department of Politics and International Relations, University of Oxford and the Department of Politics and International Studies, University of Cambridge. … Continue reading

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get your Arras on Twitter

Between the 9th April and 16th May  the team involved in  our WW1 centenary project will be  tweeting  the events of the Battle of Arras in realtime, from the perspective of a neutral reporter on the field. What makes this Twitter … Continue reading

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