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On August 1st, 2012, OUCS merged with the other central IT departments to become IT Services which provides high-quality cost-effective services, support, and training to Oxford University staff and students, enabling excellence, innovation and best practice in teaching, learning and research. Read more

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Stata: An introduction to data access and management
Stata: Data manipulation and analysis
WebLearn: Fundamentals
Stata: Statistical, survey and graphical analyses
Databases: Concepts of database design
Project 2010: An introduction
Word: Managing your thesis
Excel: Fundamentals
EndNote: An introduction
Digital images: Photoshop - an introduction

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Web Design Consultancy
Did you know that IT Services offers a Web Design Consultancy service? The WDC helps to ensure that Oxford-affiliated websites are accessible and adhere to the University's web accessibility standards. The WDC provides free advice on web design best practice and plenty of online resources including a getting started guide, an introduction to web accessibility, and a range of HTML/CSS templates. The WDC can also undertake small-scale web design projects on a charged basis and can work with you whether your website is hosted locally, using the free basic web hosting provided by IT Services or the comprehensive web hosting provided by NSMS. Why not take a look at some examples of our work before getting in touch?
 

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Microsoft Office 365 Pro Plus now available to students for free download
Thanks to the work of IT Services and funding from the Divisional Software Licensing Group, the Microsoft Office 365 Pro Plus software download, including the major office products is now available for free to all current students of Oxford University. Click the title of this item to go to the webstore.
OxTALENT Competition 2014
The OxTALENT Competition 2014 celebrates and rewards the innovative use of digital technology in teaching, learning, research, and outreach at the University of Oxford. If you have used technology in an exciting way, enthused students with your WebLearn site, or designed an eye-catching conference poster or infographic, please visit the OxTALENT competition website for details and an entry form. Alternatively, if you have been impressed by a colleague's use of technology and you think we should consider them for an award, please tell the OxTALENT competition committee. The closing date for entries is Friday, 16th May.