The aim of the 23 Things Oxford programme is to introduce participants to Web 2.0 technologies – working on the principle that exposure is the first stage in learning. It is aimed at library staff but is open to all. Over 12 weeks, the aim is for participants to spend a little time each week working on the project, building up their own skills as well as adding to their abilities at work. 23 Things Oxford is offered openly under a Creative Commons licence which makes it Oxford University’s first MOOC?
Watch this LTG case study video of Laura Wilkinson and Penny Schenk describing the course.
23 Things Oxford will run again during Michaelmas term as the centre piece of the ’Social Media Michaelmas’ programme organised by Learning Technologies Group and Bodleian Libraries.