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IT Services

Oxford University IT Services is located at Dartington House in Wellington Square, among other locations, and offers facilities, training and advice to members of the University in all aspects of academic computing, as described in our Mission Statement. IT Services is responsible for the core networks reaching all departments and colleges.

Series associated with IT Services

5 Minutes with...
Case Studies In Innovative Practice
Christmas Stories from Oxford University
Data visualisation and the future of academic publishing
E-Learning Podcasts
Engage: Social Media Talks
Exploring Spoken Word Data in Oral History Archives
First World War Poetry Digital Archive
First World War: New Perspectives
Interviews with Oxonians
Learning Technology at Oxford
Learning Technology Resources
Mandela at Oxford
MediaPub training
Openness at Oxford
Oxford on Film: From Attic to Archive
Podcasting Conference at Oxford University
Poetry Slam
RunCoCo - Beyond Collections: Crowdsourcing for public engagement
Running a Community Collection Online
Safer Internet Day 2014
Sebastian Rahtz, a celebration of his work
The Museums of Oxford
The Oxford Climate Forum
The Oxford Year
Towards Low Carbon ICT
University Life
Vice Chancellor's Welcome
Women in Science
# Episode Title Description People Date
201 Sustainable podcasting Ross Gardler of Open Source Software Watch, JISC, talks about sustainable podcasting. Ross Gardler 05 Aug 2008
202 The View from Europe Olaf Schulte and Bjoern Hassler talk about and discuss the view from Europe. Olaf Schulte, Bjoern Hassler 05 Aug 2008
203 Making lectures portable Andreas Busch from the University of Oxford talks about making lectures portable. Andreas Busch 05 Aug 2008
204 Kate Lindsay Interview In a podcast recorded earlier this year, Kate Lindsay, Project Manager for the First World War Poetry Digital Archive discusses the exciting development of the First World War Poetry Digital Archive and The Great War Archive. Kate Lindsay 29 Jul 2008
205 Trench Warfare A short video made by the First World War Poetry Digital Archive taking viewers through some of the features associated with trench warfare on the Western Front during World War One. Everett Sharp 29 Jul 2008
206 Poetry Tour - London (2) A second enhanced podcast tour of some of the exhibits in the Imperial War Museum. The tour takes you through the Trench Experience and the end of the war, linking to some of the poets and poetry of the period. Stuart Lee 29 May 2008
207 Teaching WW1 Literature: Andrea Peterson Andrea Peterson 'Children's Literature'. Andrea Peterson 06 May 2008
208 Teaching WW1 Literature: Vivien Noakes Vivien Noakes 'Blasting the Canon'. Vivien Noakes 06 May 2008
209 Teaching WW1 Literature: Meg Crane Meg Crane 'WW1 Poetry in Schools'. Meg Crane 06 May 2008
210 Teaching WW1 Literature: Jon Stallworthy Jon Stallworthy 'War Poetry'. Jon Stallworthy 06 May 2008
211 Greening the full lifecycle - going the extra mile. Greening the full lifecycle - going the extra mile. Jürgen Heidegger 28 Apr 2008
212 Why Oxford University must respond to the challenge. Why Oxford University must respond to the challenge. Daniel Curtis, Nick Eyre 28 Apr 2008
213 Welcome to the Towards Low Carbon ICT conference at Oxford Welcome to the Towards Low Carbon ICT conference at Oxford. Paul Jeffreys 28 Apr 2008
214 Richard Holmes interview In this interview, the well-known military historian Brigadier Richard Holmes discusses his work on WW1, remembrance, his views on WW1 poetry, and how those experiences relate to the British Army currently serving in Iraq. Richard Holmes 02 Apr 2008
215 Poetry Tour - London (1) An enhanced podcast tour of some of the exhibits in the Imperial War Museum. The tour takes you through the displays on the First World War but links them to some of the poets and poetry of the period. Stuart Lee 28 Jan 2008
216 Creative Commons Max Arthur Interview An interview with Max Arthur, author of 'Forgotten Voices', 'Last Post', and most recently 'Faces of World War One: The Tragedy of the Great War in Words and Pictures'. Max Arthur 12 Dec 2007
217 Ian Hislop interview An interview with Ian Hislop, editor of Private Eye, and TV presenter on WW1 documentaries entitled 'Not Forgotten' (Channel 4, UK). Part of a series of Podcasts from Oxford University's First World War Poetry Digital Project. Ian Hislop 25 Sep 2007