Category: events

Castles in the air: VR museum of anthropology

Yesterday we got a quick look at the first emerging exhibits in a “museum” of anthropology. Richard Francis and Gerard Helmich have been developing this for Simon Underdown. The skulls are rendered using photogrammetry...

Upcycling – it is what we do

Take something old: laboratory glassware in this case. Make something new: vases, oil bottles. We were told no food use. Laboratory glass. Who knows what’s been in it. Sara gave us pens. Special pens....

Academic Enhancement and Standards Seminars for 2016-17

OCSLD organises the Academic Enhancement and Standards Commitee (AESC) Seminar series. The seminars are intended to challenge and inform AESC members and are open to all interested colleagues across the university. The speakers and topics reflect...

Digital Course Design Intensives

One kind of support we offer to programme development teams, we call Course Design Intensives (CDI). We have offered CDIs on many topics in many Universities over the past 10 years. … to support curriculum development...

OU ‘First in Family’ seminar

Neil Currant writes: I am a real fan of one day or half day seminars on interesting topics, especially ones that are free! Add in the additional draw of an academic who I have...