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Our summer interns have been busy developing podcasts. This unique mini-series aims to challenge the literary canon by posing the thorny question ‘why should we study…?’ to experts at the University of Oxford.
This new resource for universities and colleges gives advice in designing and planning technology rich learning spaces for students.
The Horizon Report 2014 describes findings from an ongoing research project designed to identify and describe emerging technologies likely to have an impact on learning, teaching, and creative inquiry in education. Six key trends, six significant challenges, and six emerging technologies are identified across three adoption horizons over the next one to five years.
Registration is open for this year’s Summer of Student Innovation where successful entrants will receive a £5K grant to develop their ideas. The competition will offer digitally savvy further and higher education (FE and HE) students the chance to create technology solutions that could change the education landscape forever.
Public engagement and impact are increasingly important to many researchers and lecturers within the University. This Oxford guide will provide you with practical suggestions for using IT tools to help you achieve your goals in both of these areas.
The University has a new digital strategy out for consultation. The digital strategy is intended to answer the question: how should the University deliver its strategic plan in an environment that is increasingly digital? It provides a set of strategic aims and the broad outline of an implementation plan to meet those aims. It will provide a framework for activities across the collegiate University.
Our Academic IT XML and TEI experts worked with Bodleian Libraries to develop digital texts of Shakespeare’s plays. Henry V is released today. The XML-encoded plays will allow readers to search across plays and within a character’s speeches, as well as broadening accessibility to diverse audiences including computer analysis.