IT Services



About IT Services - Banbury Road


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1. About Banbury Road

Figure /images/oucsdoor.jpg [Entrance to 13 Banbury Road: Photo by Stuart Yeates]

One of the locations for IT Services is at 13 Banbury Road where we offer IT facilities, training and advice to members of the University in all aspects of academic computing. More general details about the whole department can be viewed on the IT Services website.

Address:

13 Banbury Road
Oxford
OX2 6NN
England
Telephone: 01865 273200
FAX: 01865 273275
See the Travel page for maps and further information on visiting Banbury Rd. Our other office locations are viewable on the IT Services website.

Our facilities at Banbury Rd. are available Monday to Friday (except public holidays and where stated) at the following times:


If you want to know about our groups and who heads them see:
About IT Services Groups
If you would like to know about all our services
See our Service Catalogue
Service Level Descriptions
See our Service Level Descriptions for our services.
If you would like to know about what we have been doing
See our IT Services Newsletters and publicity materials
If you want to know about University computing policies see:
http://www.ict.ox.ac.uk/oxford/rules/


2. Old material relating to OUCS

Information about the old OUCS, its stuctures and functions can be viewed below:

If you want to know what OUCS had been up to see:
OUCS News - online newsletters and pdf-files.
The Annual Reports of OUCS
See internal reports section
If you want to know about our future plans see:
5 year plan section
If you want to know about our future research plans see:
Research Strategy
If you want to know about how we measure our success:
OUCS's Performance
Innovations at OUCS
See listing for our Technical, E-Learning and E-Research innovations from the last few decades
Marketing Information
OUCS marketing information, publications, posters, downloads etc. are available from the marketing section.
History of Oxford University Computing Services
See OUCS History in words and pictures.
How did OUCS obtain its structure?
See the 2002 OUCS Restructure: Briefing Document