Next meeting of Digital Education Technologies User Group


The Digital Education Technologies (DET) User Group explores the use of digital tools to support flexible and inclusive teaching and learning at Oxford.

It provides a forum for discussion with other users and digital technology experts.

Find out more about the DET User Group

Register for next meeting

The next meeting of the DET User Group is Wednesday 9 March 2022, 10-11.30am on Teams.

All staff at Oxford are invited to attend.

Please register by completing this short registration form

Meeting agenda

At the meeting, staff will hear about new developments and upcoming improvements in key digital education technologies at Oxford, followed by presentations and discussion about hybrid teaching and FIT (flexible and inclusive teaching).

Participants will be able to ask questions and seek advice from other users and digital technology experts.

See below for a meeting outline. Please note that whilst this is correct at the time of publishing, it may need to alter slightly on the day.






5 mins



25 mins

New developments and upcoming improvements in Canvas, Teams, Panopto (Replay) and ORLO (Oxford Reading Lists Online)


5 mins

Introduction to hybrid teaching and FIT


30 mins

Three hybrid teaching case studies


Using Miro for hybrid teaching – a case study from Saïd Business School
Presenters: Trudi Lang and Patrick Cox, Saïd Business School


Students connecting: perceptions of hybrid teaching and learning during MT21
Presenter: Hau Ming Tse, Department of Education, with Lara Karassellos (DPhil student, Department of Education, and hybrid teaching assistant during MT21)


Hybrid pedagogy for high-quality blended learning experiences
Presenters: Ilka Vari-Lavoisier and Peter Walsh, School of Anthropology & Museum Ethnography


25 mins

Panel discussion and audience Q&A. This is your chance to ask questions and seek advice from other users and digital technology experts



Meeting finish. Please note: you are welcome to stay online to continue the conversation





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