Where to go for support - finding and using digital tech to enhance your teaching and learning, whether that's face-to-face, online or a blend of the two.
First point of contact in your Division?
- Continuing Education email@example.com
- Humanities firstname.lastname@example.org
- Maths, Physical and Life Sciences email@example.com
- Medical Sciences firstname.lastname@example.org or ring (2)82756
- Social Sciences email@example.com
- The Oxford Learning Institute (OLI) teaching and learning team
Learning technologists in Academic IT (IT Services) can meet with individual faculty members on request to recommend or research tools to help with their teaching and educational needs. They can also support course developers to design rich, technology-enhanced learning experiences. If you are in the Medical Sciences Division, we will put you in touch with the MSD Learning Technologies team who work closely with IT Services and also provide additional medical sciences-specific services.
Academic IT's learning technologists work closely with colleagues who develop and support the University's core digital learning and teaching services:
- WebLearn, the University's Virtual Learning Environment (VLE)
- Replay, Lecture Capture service
- Turnitin, plagiarism awareness service
You can book a learning technologist to help you evaluate and implement digital tools in your teaching and learning. For example:
- Short initial meeting (1-2 hours)
- Workshops and training (3-4 hours)
- Intensive side-by-side support, helping to trial tools and approaches (e.g. 2-5 days over a term)
They can also refer you to relevant workshops and other training opportunities at the IT Learning Centre. More in-depth support is available.
Book a meeting now by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or fill in this form. In the Medical Sciences Division, we will put you in touch with the MSD Learning Technologies team who work closely with Academic IT and also provide additional medical sciences-specific services.
Book a consultation with Academic IT:
Oxford Learning Institute (OLI)
The OLI supports teaching and learning by:
- Leading accredited programmes for new and experienced teachers at the University
- Developing teaching networks and hosting events
- Creating Oxford-specific online courses in teaching
- Providing teaching and learning consultancy on request to departments, faculties and course teams
- Working with other groups across the University (Academic IT, Disability Advisory Service, Education Policy Support, divisions)
You can view the teaching and learning team's page to find out who to contact within the OLI.
Medical Science Division Learning Technologies (MSDLT)
If your group or department is in the Medical Sciences Division, and you are looking into using digital technology for teaching, learning and assessment, MSD's Learning Technologies (MSDLT) team can provide everything from a helping hand to bespoke software development.
You can book a learning technologist to help you implement and evaluate the tools in your teaching and learning, providing additional medical sciences-specific services.
Saïd Business School Digital Learning Technologies (SBSDLT)
If you are faculty, staff or a student within Saïd Business School and require training, advice or support to develop digital learning resources, please feel free to contact a member of the Saïd Business School Digital Learning Technologists team:
The Oxford HIVE
Saïd Business School is home to The Oxford HIVE (Hub for International Virtual Education), a bespoke virtual classroom that is available to hire for faculty and staff across the University of Oxford. If you are interested in using The Oxford HIVE, please contact: HIVE@sbs.ox.ac.uk.
Technology-Assisted Lifelong Learning (TALL)
The Department for Continuing Education has over 20 years' experience designing, developing and delivering online courses. The Department's Technology-Assisted Lifelong Learning (TALL) unit also provides learning design consultancy, development and hosting services for University departments and other clients globally.