Mentoring, Instructing, Perspective and Knowledge

Reading the below article recently, I was struck by how much of my teaching approach depends firstly on the type of session I am facilitating (workshop, exercise-led course, show and tell + discussion etc.). Then beyond this broad frame-work the … Continue reading

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Reaching Out

This term we have been lucky enough to have some guest speakers who are internationally recognized in their respective roles – positions that have a direct influence on aspirations of Oxford members. Garr Reynolds came to speak again on how … Continue reading

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Online Presence

We ran our first online presence corse at OUCS this week and found it very revealing. The sort of approach needed to support someone in exploring how they present themselves academically to the world is quite different from teaching them … Continue reading

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Reflections from term 4!

Having worked through my 4th term here at Oxford as a teacher, I thought it would be a good time to review how I feel about my practice now that I have been through the academic year more than once. … Continue reading

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Pure data

Pure data is a graphical programming application that allows for a wide variety of sound design, either with oscillator objects or from outside sound files. It been around for quite some time and has a famous commercial sibling in MAX … Continue reading

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Workflows

We’ve been discussing workflows and how to support them in our teaching recently at ITLP. The idea that many applications can be dipped into to create a fluid workflow that modifies to the user’s specific needs isn’t that new – … Continue reading

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