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Dominik Lukeš


Dominik has previously worked at the intersection of education, research and technology in various roles. He worked as language specialist and training director for the US Peace Corps in over 15 countries including Kazakhstan, Albania and Timor Leste. He has also held teaching positions at SSEES, University of Glasgow and University of East Anglia. Immediately prior to joining Saïd Business School, he was the Senior Education and Technology Specialist for Dyslexia Action working on developing online courses and participating in international research projects.

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Posted by: on December 29, 2019

Alternatives to LinkedIn Learning

LinkedIn Learning is a great source of learning and is available for free for all students and staff at Oxford University. But there are many useful alternatives where you can learn from videos. They can supplement existing LinkedIn Learning courses or offer teaching in areas which are not covered by LinkedIn Learning’s extensive catalogue. CreativeLive […]

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Posted by: on December 23, 2019

How to get most out of LinkedIn Learning: Tips and Recommended Courses

What is LinkedIn Learning LinkedIn Learning (formerly Lynda.com) is a great resource for high-quality training courses in technology as well as general business skills free to all students and staff at Oxford University. But many people struggle to get the most out of this. This post links to instructions of how to access LinkedIn Learning […]

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Posted by: on October 10, 2019

AI in Education: Oxford talk series for Michaelmas 2019

The Oxford IT Learning Centre and the Centre for Teaching and Learning are running a series of talks on AI in Education this term. 31 October 2019, 12.30-13.30, AI in Education: An Overview 14 November 2019,12.30-13.30, AI in Education: Creating a personalized learning path 19 November 2019, 12.30-13.30, AI in Education: Emerging ethical issues 28 November 2019, 12.30-13.30, AI in Education: […]

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Posted by: on October 3, 2019

New RapidMooc video creation courses now available

You can now register for RapidMooc courses at the IT Learning Centre. There is a shorter intro session run twice and a more hands-on session run once. RapidMOOC familiarisation Dates: 11 Nov 2019 12:30 – 13:30 19 Nov 2019 12:30 – 13:30 Register here This session will give you a quick overview and demonstration of […]

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Posted by: on September 30, 2019

Digiknow series for Michaelmas 2019 (Includes 2 new sessions)

A new series of updated Digiknow sessions is now available for booking by anyone at the University of Oxford. All sessions are held at the IT Learning Centre at Banbury Road. Note: There are now 2 new sessions. Using technology more productively: Save time, keep healthy! Book for: 28 October 2019 12.30-13.30 This session will […]

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Posted by: on June 26, 2019

Reading, writing, and study skills: Technology You Should know

Reading, writing, and study skills: Technology You Should know from Dominik Lukes Slides for a session run at the IT Learning Centre at University of Oxford as part of the Digiknow series.

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Posted by: on June 20, 2019

Examples of videos made with RapidMooc at the University of Oxford

A sampler of various videos made with RapidMooc at the University of Oxford that have been shared publicly. So far, over 200 hundred videos have been made for internal purposes as well as for public consumption.

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Posted by: on May 28, 2019

Mindmaps, flowcharts and infographics with every day tools

Presentation for a Digiknow session in 2019 on making mindmaps, flowcharts and infographics in every-day office tools. Mindmaps, flowcharts and infographics with everyday tools from Dominik Lukes

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Posted by: on May 22, 2019

Tools and strategies to help with writing simple English

These slides were used for a Digiknow session on Simple language. Tools and strategies for writing in simple language from Dominik Lukes

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Posted by: on May 17, 2019

Making more readable and accessible documents

8 videos with key points from a Digiknow session on making documents more readable, accessible and actionable.

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