O x T A L E N T
1. Collaborative activities
Mona Sakr - BlueStocking
Bluestocking is an online journal investigating the intellectual and artistic achievements of women throughout history.
Dr. Paddy Bullard - Journal to Stella
This is an on-line edition, funded by the Oxford English faculty, and co-edited by myself and a team of graduate students. The rest is self-explanatory.
2. Teaching and Learning
David Harris - The Other Within: Analysing the English collections at the Pitt
Christine Eckhard-Black - Kaiser Karl der Große Learning Objects
They are part of a General WebLearn Site at the Language Centre which contains Resources for German, particularly Reading Courses. http://weblearn.ox.ac.uk/site/asuc/lang/german/cebgrbmtht/cebgrht/cebgrhtkkg/cebgrhtkkgn/
3. Student Projects
James Gibson and Lewys Jones - MatSoc Academic Portal
The MatSoc Academic Portal is the central learning resource for Materials Scientists at Oxford. It provides a central location for students to access all the academic resources the Materials Society offer. From the extensive virtual library, where many textbooks can be referenced on-line, through helpful tools to use and books to be purchased, to light-hearted materials games, all can be accessed from a single point.
Naieya Madhvani - IT related questionnaire design
The project aimed to gather the views of medical students regarding IT issues relating to their work with the aim of highlighting areas that need improving.
4. Administration, support services or research
Mike Nicholson - PodOxford
A series of episodes about Oxford University: the courses, colleges, what to put on the application form and how best to prepare for the dreaded Oxford interview, etc.
Tong Chen - Medical Sciences Student Record System
Medical Sciences Student Record System
5. Special award for best Teaching and Learning project created with assistance
Marion Manton - Phoebe
The Phoebe project designed, implemented and evaluated a web-based pedagogy planner tool: that is, a purpose-built application that guides teachers through the construction of designs for courses (modules) and/or individual learning sessions.
Senel Simsek - Turkish for Self-Study
Turkish for Self-Study, created and maintained by Senel Simsek at the Turkish Studies of Oxford University, is a set of online tools and resources to assist learners of Turkish to improve their language skills and to learn more about Turkish culture, politics, literature and society.