5. Reading multiple RSS feeds
By Li Yuan and Stephen Powell, JISC CETIS. March 2013. This report sets out to help decision makers in higher education institutions gain a better understanding of the phenomenon of Massive Online Open Courses (MOOCs) and trends towards greater openness in higher education and to think about the implications for their institutions. MOOCs and Open Education: Implications for Higher Education (pdf)
Designing for 21st Century Learning, examines a wide range of perspectives on effectively designing and delivering learning activities to ensure that future development is pedagogically sound, learner-focused, and accessible. It features Liz Masterman as author of Chapter 4 ‘The challenge of teachers’ design practice’.
Twitter gives us global reach. This map shows the mentions @LTGOxford has had around the world. We have 1200 followers with 553 mentions and retweets in 136 locations.
A new case study published by the Higher Education Academy describes the ways in which we promote and track international use of our OER collections.
The Open Book explores the social and technological manifestations of this emergent movement for the first time. It features 25 in-depth thought pieces written by pioneers of openness around the world
20 recordings of sessions in the Cultural Connections theme are now avilable to listen/watch again. DHOxSS is for researchers, project managers, research assistants, and students who are interested in the creation, management, analysis, modelling, visualization, or publication of digital data for the humanities.
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.
Jisc, the UK’s expert on digital technologies for education and research, has today opened registration for this year’s Summer of Student Innovation. 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.