Designed to provide staff with a forum for discussion with other users and learning technologists, the Digital Education Technologies User Group explores the use of digital tools to support flexible and inclusive teaching and learning at Oxford.
The group discusses tools including, but not limited to:
It is facilitated and administered by the Centre for Teaching and Learning, although it is user-led and focussed.
Users are defined as academics, administrators, librarians and all teaching staff. Student engagement takes place through a separate student user group.
User Group activities
Supportive space to seek advice
A new Digital Education Technologies User Group Team has been created in MS Teams.
The Team is for anyone interested in discussing how digital tools can support flexible and inclusive teaching and learning. It provides a supportive space to ask questions and seek advice from digital technology experts, as well as your peers.
As a member of the Team, you will be able to post questions and share hints and tips about all technologies used for teaching and learning, including Canvas, Panopto, ORLO, Microsoft Teams, H5P, and Vevox.
Sign up to join the new User Group Team.
The Centre for Teaching and Learning also facilitates a termly meeting of the User Group.
Meetings provide a chance to hear about new developments and upcoming improvements in digital technologies at Oxford, as well as ask questions and seek advice from digital technology experts.
The next meeting of the Digital Education Technologies User Group will be held online through MS Teams on Tuesday 29 June from 10.30am - 12noon.
To receive an invitation to these termly meetings, please sign up to join the User Group Team.