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The OxTALENT annual awards recognise members of the University who have made innovative use of digital technology in learning/teaching and outreach/public engagement.

MSD innovators took all three places on the podium in the Public Engagement category [http://blogs.it.ox.ac.uk/oxtalent/2996]

 Winners: Andrew Pollard, Sarah Loving & Yama Farooq for The Vaccine Knowledge Project

Runners-up: Scott Billings, Ellena Smith, Kate Nation, Jacqueline Pumphrey, Zoltan Molnar & Holly Bridge for Brain Diaries

Honourable Mention: Chris Paton, Mike English, Hilary Edgcombe, Niall Winters, Anne Geniets & Jakob Rossner for LIFE: Life-Saving Instruction for Emergencies

 MSD also received awards in:

 Innovative teaching and learning with technology [http://blogs.it.ox.ac.uk/oxtalent/2990]

 Joint Runners-up: Nicola Barclay, Simon Kyle, Colin Espie, Christopher-James Harvey, Sumathi Sekaran & Damion Young for The Oxford online programme in Sleep Medicine

Honourable Mention: Jennifer Brown for Development of ‘Virtual Microscopy’ and online assessment modules for the Laboratory Medicine course

 Innovation Challenges [http://blogs.it.ox.ac.uk/oxtalent/3033]

 Runner-up: Jon Mason for Chooser: Simple, flexible option choosing

 

 

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