The digital media category reflects the variety of forms that media artefacts can take: podcasts, animations, short videos (stills and/or moving images), more substantial documentaries... in fact, the only limit is your imagination! Many will have been released through Oxford on iTunes and the University's Podcasts portal, but they can also have been released through other channels, including websites or virtual learning environments like WebLearn.
Your media artefact can have been developed to support teaching, learning, outreach, public engagement (including making your research accessible to a wider audience). Or, it can serve any other purpose relevant to life at the University such as student wellbeing or extra-curricular activities (clubs, societies etc.).
You are eligible to enter even if you've had professional help, but we ask you to let us know on the entry form what assistance you received. Also, producing audiovisual material must not be your primary role. Find out how to enter