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On Thursday 1st June 11am-2pm why not pop into Corpus Christi College to see the University’s learning technologists – and: Experience virtual reality (VR); Hear how technologies like VR are already in use in the University; and Try a touchscreen … Continue reading
We can help you with ideas and approaches that are changing teaching and learning – online, face-to-face, or both. And, on Thursday lunchtimes you can visit our Digital Education drop-in sessions at the Mathematical Institute and in Corpus Christi College. … Continue reading
Dr Peggy McCready, Director of Academic IT, writes: I am pleased to announce that Steve Burholt will serve as the Support and Consultancy Manager for Technology Enhanced Learning. Steve will lead a team of specialists who provide advice, consultancy and … Continue reading
Can you help build a calendar of events for all in Oxford who are interested in educational technologies and techniques, for students, for teaching, and public engagement and outreach? We have started to add events to the Digital Education at … Continue reading
Learning technologists from Academic IT have been giving staff and students a taste of technology at specially organised roadshows around the University. Designed to raise awareness of the Digital Education Strategy, the roadshows allow staff and students to ask questions … Continue reading
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
Publication of Oxford’s Digital Education Strategy in the early summer of 2016 marked a major step forward for technology-enhanced teaching and learning in the University. The aim is to ensure that, by 2020, ‘Oxford remains a premier institution for teaching, … Continue reading