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LTG’s Joanna Wild has published the report of her SCORE Fellowship. The OER Engagement Study investigated the ways in which higher education institutions (HEI), individual faculties and support staff adroitly foster reuse of Open Educational Resources (OER) in novel ways … Continue reading
As part of my SCORE Fellowship project I am to display a poster. Here’s one I prepared earlier. My project explored the relationship between OER and the research-teaching nexus by looking closely at how academic staff at research universities are supported in … Continue reading
In working with our partners on the OER Cascade Ripple project we thought carefully about how others could learn from our mistakes and use our experience as a resource in a move towards organisational change. Our partners have commented on this … Continue reading
You’ll already know how keen I am on including images in blog postings. Luckily for me, and for you, the Oxford Triton team have devised and developed a series of new out of the box plugins to allow WordPress users … Continue reading
The Listening for Impact project was well represented at the Oxford Internet Institute’s packed out Digital Impacts: How to Measure and Understand the Usage and Impact of Digital Content event on Friday. The question of how we can measure and … Continue reading
Said Alice. I was reminded of this question on Thursday as I listened to three Oxford academic colleagues describing their experience of podcasting in iTunes U. Emma Smith, Peter MacDonald and Marianne Talbot each took quite different angles, but each described … Continue reading
On Thursday, 12th May, as part of Fair Trade week, Kellogg College will host a Fair Trade dinner. At 5.30pm before a wine reception and dinner, the College Seminar will take a wider look at issues of sustainability in the … Continue reading
In a survey of 50 Oxford University academics who podcast open educational materials: 91% want their knowledge to go to the widest public audience possible; 55% want to help students worldwide understand their topic; 45% want to help the public understand … Continue reading