On August 1st, 2012, OUCS merged with the other central IT departments to become IT Services which provides high-quality cost-effective services, support, and training to Oxford University staff and students, enabling excellence, innovation and best practice in teaching, learning and research. Read more
Oxford has embraced podcasting technology as a way to deliver course materials and lectures outside a conventional classroom environment. For those interested in creating podcasts the how to podcast at Oxford guide gives an overview of how to go about creating your own podcasts and how to use the University RSS system, OXITEMS, to publish your podcasts to the Internet. There are two ways to access the podcasts being provided by the University of Oxford: iTunes users can make use of the University's own site in iTunes U or alternatively our podcasts can also be seen using a web browser.
Annual Report 2012-13
The first IT Services Annual Report discusses the role of all sections of the department in providing quality IT provision to the University. It details how services have performed to meet the ever growing expectation of end users for their IT requirements. The report also discusses the many projects that the department is running from both business applications such as R12 to research based projects such as the World War 1 Centenary. The full report, which includes a foreword from Professor Anne Trefethen - Chief Information Officer, is available on the IT Services website.
News from IT Services - Hilary 2014
Today sees the launch of the first edition of the termly newsletter. The purpose of this newsletter is to keep you updated on major projects, service developments, provide examples of how we support the work of the University and highlight any forthcoming events. Full version of the content is available on IT Services website. We also invite readers to sign-up to receive email summaries of editions at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have any feedback, comments or suggestions, the Communications and Web Office would very much like to hear from you; please contact email@example.com.