Infographics

The distinction between a poster and an infographic is becoming increasingly difficult to draw! The judges took the view that: an infographic should stand alone and not require any extra supporting explanation, and the graphic should be easy to interact … Continue reading

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Use of WebLearn to support a Course or Programme of Study

Thomas Jellis, School of Geography and the Environment: The Copenhagen Fieldclass Dr Thomas Jellis is a lecturer in the School of Geography and the Environment and a tutor at Hertford and St John’s colleges. He uses WebLearn to support a … Continue reading

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OxTALENT Speakers: Jonathan Healey

Jonathan Healey works on early-modern British social and economic history. As well as being a Fellow of Kellogg College, he is a University Lecturer in English Local and Social History. In 2012 he was picked as one of the winners … Continue reading

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OxTALENT Speakers: Liz McCarthy

At last year’s OxTALENT award ceremony  we gave a prize to team of colleagues from the Bodleian Libraries for their open educational initiative ’23 things‘. As part of their 23 things course,participants engage with a series of social media tools, share … Continue reading

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OxTALENT Hosts

Anne Trefethen has been Chief Information Officer overseeing Oxford’s IT Services department for just over one year. This time last year she joined us at OxTALENT to give some of the awards and discover  some of the wide range of innovation … Continue reading

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OxTALENT 2013

The OxTALENT annual awards recognise members of the University who have made use of ICT to foster learning and academic practice at either undergraduate or postgraduate level. Awards can be given either to individuals or to teams. Applications relating to … Continue reading

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Award winning social media

“I feel much more equipped now to talk about how to move about in the social media world. Basically before I knew and used Facebook, LinkedIn and a bit of Twitter – but now I feel like I can use … Continue reading

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Case studies of innovative practice

We have published 25 new case studies of exemplary use of technology for teaching, learning, research and outreach at Oxford. new videos are available on our LTG YouTube Case Study playlist.

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social media mooc

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 … Continue reading

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take a peek at a mooc

If you are interested in the use of technology in teaching and learning at Oxford, consider signing up for one of these online courses as part of your own continuing professional development. E-learning and Digital Cultures Jeremy Knox, Sian Bayne, … Continue reading

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