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Questions about intellectual property and copyright face many of us working in education. The digital world opens up new opportunities, but also presents new challenges, not least when it comes to making legislation and guidance from pre-digital times fit current conditions. … Continue reading
Video: Producing a mini documentary 13-15 March 2017, 9.15-16.15 each day Cost: staff £180, students £90 A comprehensive 3-day introduction to all the core skills needed to make a short documentary. You will have the opportunity to work on a … Continue reading
Usability – how well a digital tool supports users in carrying out their tasks ‘in an effective, efficient and satisfactory manner’ (Freire et al. 2012) – is a crucial consideration, whether you’re developing a new tool or deciding whether to … Continue reading
The Replay Lecture Capture team has announced this term’s programme of training for both new and existing users. All sessions are offered free of charge and take place in the IT Learning Centre in IT Services’ offices at 13 Banbury … Continue reading
Research Skills Toolkit is coming in January 2017, week 1. Kick off your new term with some great ideas for tools and techniques that will make a real difference for your research. These 2-hour workshops – developed for 1st and … Continue reading
As part of the University’s World War I Centenary programme, Academic IT Services teamed up with TORCH to launch a World War I research competition. Over the summer, we welcomed proposals from students and early career researchers, from any discipline at the … Continue reading