Networks and events

The Oxford Learning Institute is developing a range of networks and events for those who teach at Oxford. Our aims are to:

  • Create opportunities for those who teach to meet and discuss teaching with others from different Departments and Faculties
  • Provide forums to share teaching practices and new developments
  • Understand the interests and concerns of those who teach at the University

If you have any ideas for networks and events you would like to be involved with, please email us with your name, role and any specific interests. 

Oxford Digital Teaching Innovation Forum

The Oxford Digital Teaching Innovation Forum is academic-led and supported by Academic IT and the Oxford Learning Institute. This new forum is for tutors/lecturers to share and develop digital teaching practices. Termly meetings (chaired by Dr Sumathi Sekaran, senior course tutor, Oxford Online Programme for Sleep Medicine) are held in a physical location but participants are also be able to join via videoconferencing. The forum launched in April 2018 and meets on a termly basis.

Click for more information. To find out how to get involved contact us by email.

Next forum meeting: Saïd Business School, Monday, February 11th -  2pm-4pm

Discover and discuss innovative teaching at Oxford: join us for the third meeting of the Oxford Digital Teaching Innovation Forum (OxDTIF). This networking event will host a series of short talks by academics to introduce a range of digital teaching initiatives taking place at Oxford. This will be a chance for you not only to learn about these practices but also a place for you to help develop these and potentially initiate new practices.

There will also be opportunities to try recording a ‘green screen’ video (think weather presenter) using RapidMOOC - an all-in-one video recording solution available at SBS and IT Services - and to see the SBS HIVE for videoconferencing with a difference!

Register for the event. Refreshments will be provided.

Teaching and Learning Newsletter

Subscribe to the termly Teaching and Learning Newsletter to receive the latest teaching news, events and resources from the University and higher education sector. (Please provide your Oxford University email address).