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OxTALENT is an interest group bringing together representatives from the academic divisions within the University. Its activities are overseen by the OxTALENT Committee. The remit of OxTALENT is as follows:
2. OxTALENT Committee
OxTALENT is an interest group bringing together representatives from the academic divisions within the University.
Date of the next meeting: 1 May 2013
Committee minutes and reports:
3.1. OxTALENT Awards
You can enter your own work in our annual competition for the innovative use of IT in teaching and learning at Oxford. The OxTALENT awards are part of the University Teaching Awards Scheme.
3.2. 2013 Awards information
Awards categories, criteria and deadline
3.3. Previous winners
4. Read the latest from the OxTalent Blog
The OxTALENT annual awards recognise members of the University who have made use of ICT to foster learning and academic practice at either undergraduate or postgraduate level. Awards can be given either to individuals or to teams. Applications relating to the development of more effective links between teaching and research or to improving impact and outreach will be particularly welcome.
Details of each category including assessment criteria and how to enter can be found by clicking on the links below.
We also give prizes each year for examples of innovation and good practice which have been identified by staff at Academic IT Services and the OXTALENT Committee during the year through our programme of events, courses, user groups, case studies, meetings, projects, services, consultancy, surveys and user engagement. If you would like to let us know about an example of innovation or good practice you think we should consider for an award please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
We encourage you to publish your OxTalent entries as Open Educational Resources (OER) using an Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike (CC BY-NC-SA 2.0) creative commons licence and we are able to support you in doing that. When creating and releasing a digital object under an OER licence you must check that all material can be released under the chosen licence and that it does not inadvertently contain material that is subject to copyright by third-parties.
The deadline for the competitions: Mid-day 17 May 2013
“I feel much more equipped now to talk about how to move about in the social media world. Basically before I knew and used Facebook, LinkedIn and a bit of Twitter – but now I feel like I can use and strategize with more tools, thereby expanding my network and making the information I (and others) produce more accessible and visually pleasing.”
Our ‘Engage’ programme of social media training which ran in Michaelmas term this year is now ‘award winning’. The team have won the 1st UCISA Amber Miro Memorial Award for Technology Innovation.