The SHOAL project is up and running!
SHOAL stands for SHaring Online Activities for Learning. The SHOAL project aims to make it easier for staff and students to try out innovative online learning developed here at Oxford, and re-purpose activities for their own use.
So if you would like us to feature your own online learning, or recommend an academic whose work we should include in the showcase, please contact the team leader Lucy Tallents (email@example.com). We’re also keen to hear from both staff and students who want to adopt more online learning in their own work and study. You’ll get the chance to try out the portal, preview the activities, and provide us with feedback to ensure the portal meets your needs.
The SHOAL team are Lucy Tallents (Zoology), Jocelyne Hughes (Continuing Education) and Adam Marshall (IT Services), supported by WebLearn code developers and Marion Manton at TALL (Technology Assisted Lifelong Learning). The project will run until the end of March 2017.
To find out more, please visit http://blogs.it.ox.ac.uk/adamweblearn/shoal-project/.