OxEngage

Online and digital technologies can play an important and exciting role in engagement activities, enabling you to reach, interact and work collaboratively with your audiences. The #OxEngage series offers practical advice, shares exemplars, and provides training, workshops, and events that can support you in exploring the application of IT for impact.

#OxEngage is organised by IT Services and the Bodleian Libraries, and offers lunchtime seminars, courses, workshops etc. to explore the use of digital technologies like social media for use in impact, outreach, and public engagement.

Unless otherwise stated, all events will be held in the Thames Suite, IT Services, 13 Banbury Road.  The sessions are listed in date order and there is still time to book the lunchtime talks this week.

 

engage: Diversify your teaching with digital tools 

Tuesday 14th February, 12.30-13.30

 

engage: Creating a web content strategy

Wednesday 15th February12.30-13.30

(Note: this a repeat of the do. creating a web content strategy talk on 30 Jan)

 

engage: Wikidata for engaging your students and the wider public by visualising research

Tuesday 21st February, 14.00-17.00

 

engage: Virtual Reality in education

Friday 24th February, 14.00 – 17.00

 

engage: The form of publishing – on experimenting with academic output

Wednesday 1st March. 12.30-13.30

 

engage: Improving Wikipedia in your subject area

Friday 3rd March. 14.00-16.30

 

engage: The Go Girl: code+create project – using digital technologies to reach out to young NEET women

Tuesday 7th March. 12.30-13.30

 

engage: Introducing Oxplore – Oxford’s new outreach portal for schools and young people

Wednesday 8th March. 12.30-13.30

 

engage: How to Measure Social Media Impact – practical workshop

Friday 10th March, 14.00-17.00

 

engage: Tour of Ruskin School of Art Bullingdon Road studios

Friday 17th March, 16.30-17.30

 

engage: Screening of Meeting in No Man's Land - Film screening

Friday 17th March, 17.30-19.30

Location = Ruskin School of Art Bullingdon Road studios

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