Call for nominations: OxTALENT 2010 awards. Category: “Use of WebLearn to support a course or programme of study”
- Eligibility: Members of Oxford University involved in teaching at undergraduate or graduate level, who use WebLearn to support online study and interaction as part of a course or programme of study
- Prizes: financial and other prizes
- Application deadline: 5:00 pm on 23 May 2010
- NOTE: Personal web pages, or the use of WebLearn for other purposes, are not eligible for consideration for this particular award
OxTALENT, in collaboration with OUCS’s Learning Technologies Group organises an annual competition and awards for the innovative use of IT in teaching and learning at Oxford. The OxTALENT awards recognise, with financial and other prizes, innovative use of technology in teaching and learning, both online and in physical learning spaces.
Since the launch of New WebLearn in 2009, the use of WebLearn for Teaching and Learning has increased significantly. This category hopes to attract and reward academics or teams who are using WebLearn effectively for this purpose, which will extend the growing number of case studies that have already been documented.
The Learning Technologies Group invites any Oxford academics or teams to apply for the OxTALENT Teaching and Learning Awards in the category: “Use of WebLearn to support a course or programme of study”.
For more details about the awards, evaluation criteria and how to participate please go to the following page (Category 1) http://www.ict.ox.ac.uk/oxford/groups/oxtalent/awards.html.
The on-line application form can be found at: http://www.ict.ox.ac.uk/oxford/groups/oxtalent/submission.html