I invite you to this new biennial event celebrating teaching best practice at Oxford.
The inaugural Oxford Teaching and Learning Showcase 2021 will highlight the extraordinary lengths colleagues have gone to over the last 12 months to continue providing high quality education across the University.
Through a series of online events between 7th and 9th week of Trinity term, it will give colleagues an opportunity to share examples of best practice in flexible and inclusive teaching, and consider what education might look like at Oxford in the future.
As we near the end of an exceptionally demanding academic year, I hope these events will give us a chance to celebrate what has been achieved, and to reflect on some of the positives that have emerged from this difficult and exhausting period.
The series starts with an opening event on 8 June where myself and Vice-Chancellor Professor Louise Richardson will be among the speakers. Five further events will then take place over the following two-week period, each lasting 60 to 90 minutes and including a mix of interactive short presentations and panel discussions.
I would encourage all colleagues in teaching and learning support roles to the collegiate University to attend and participate in these discussions, so that as many perspectives as possible may be represented.
To sign up for the event, please visit the registration page.
Professor Martin Williams, Pro-Vice-Chancellor, Education