whither OER at Oxford?

The new year brings good news.   I am delighted that we have secured funding from the John Fell fund to work with  researchers in Dept of Education to  enhance our understanding of the ways academics use open educational resources … Continue reading

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The Researcher

Who said the sector was slowing? We are looking for a post-doctoral researcher to join a new research centre focusing on the use of digital technologies to support young people with a range of specific learning difficulties.  The Centre, and … Continue reading

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Open Oxford: How open source, open content and open design support learning technology strategies in a research institution.

In this presentation I will discuss how open source, open content, open data and open design support the learning technology strategies at University of Oxford. Oxford is a large and complex organisation where one size never fits all, so flexibility, re-use, … Continue reading

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social tools in formal learning

Web 2.0 tools have transformed students’ social interactions. Can tools intended for social use be productively integrated into students’ formal learning? LTG’s Thema project examines this question, as well as other aspects of students’ technology use, by investigating the learning experiences … Continue reading

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