IT Services



The Shock of the Old 2005: Implementing Innovation


One-Day Conference on Educational Technologies

University of Oxford, Said Business School, 7th April 2005

[ Home ] [Programme] [Venue ] [Accomodation ]

The Learning Technologies Group at Oxford University Computing Services held the fifth annual one-day conference on educational technologies. The Shock of the Old conference explored the issues arising from using educational technology to bring about innovation in academic practice. Rather than concentrate solely on the technology itself, papers discussed the cultural and organisational factors which hinder innovation from occurring. What are the key factors that impact on the implementation and adoption of innovation in e-learning?

Figure shock5.jpg [Shock conference logo]

Topics discussed:

As in previous years, this conference took place in conjunction with the annual Beyond debate - 'Beyond The Red Tape' on the following day, Friday 8th April.

[More information and programme will be added to this site as conference details are confirmed.]

If you have questions, please contact the coordinators:
Peter Robinson: peter.robinson@oucs.ox.ac.uk
Sophie Clarke: sophie.clarke@oucs.ox.ac.uk

Learning Technologies Group,
Oxford University Computing Services,
13 Banbury Rd,
Oxford,
OX2 6NN,
Email: ltg@oucs.ox.ac.uk,
Fax 01865 273275

Venue: Said Business School at the University of Oxford.

Previous Conferences