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On Thursday lunchtimes you can experience virtual reality (VR), try out brand-new portable touchscreen TV technology to demonstrate interactive models, and chat to experts about other technologies for learning and teaching. Come along and talk to the Technology Enhanced Learning … Continue reading
During 2017 you can expect to see Academic IT Services staff out and about in a University building near you. This is following two trial IT Services roadshows in November at the Andrew Wiles Building (Maths Institute) and the Manor Road … Continue reading
Students – come to the IT Innovation Challenges open session on 1 December! There you will find out about how students can apply for up to £15,000 to turn an idea into an innovative project which could enhance the staff … Continue reading
For over nine years Academic IT Services has led engagement and outreach activities at the University using crowdsourcing techniques. Notable projects have included The Great War Archive and Europeana 1914-1918. Recently the boot was on the other foot when one … Continue reading