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According to our survey of 2012 freshers, students rate ‘Wi-fi access everywhere’ as their top priority. Access to online handouts after lectures came second. Access to online handouts before lectures was third. Students were asked to think ahead to their … Continue reading
When we asked students about their experience of Oxford, time and again the Oxford Talks website was lauded as a very useful service, and users supported its continued development. Even those who did not know of Oxford Talks articulated a … Continue reading
Care to tell us about it? I invite you to shape the future at Oxford by contributing your thoughts via a handy online survey. Survey for students: http://tinyurl.com/digestudent Survey for staff: http://tinyurl.com/digestaff The project is investigating students’ use of digital technologies in … Continue reading