Training and webinars


We organise free online training sessions throughout the year to support staff involved with teaching at Oxford. See list of current sessions below. We also record many of the sessions.

How to book

As each session is confirmed, it is included in the booking list below. You can view details and book online.

How to view recordings

We often record our online sessions, so you can view them at any time.

For most, a list of time-stamped sections is provided, enabling you to quickly jump to segments in a recording that look most interesting.

See a full list of recordings available.

Other webinars and courses

We also recommend webinars and courses organised by our colleagues in IT Services and the libraries, including Teams, Panopto (also known as Replay Lecture Capture) and Oxford Reading Lists Online (ORLO).

You can view details at the bottom of this page.

You can also view all the latest course offerings from the IT Learning Centre, including e-learning available.


Webinars and courses organised by our colleagues in IT Services and the libraries

Panopto - First Steps

Do you need to record your lectures/teaching sessions? You can do this using a software tool called Panopto which is provided by the University's Lecture Capture Service. This short workshop is designed for people who have never used Panopto. 

Panopto - Next Steps

Are you already using Panopto for simple recordings and want a deeper understanding of more of the features? In this webinar we will look at how to use the web editor to organise your recordings and how to use captioning to improve accessibility. We will cover how Panopto can work with other tools such as YouTube, Canvas and hand-held devices. There will be opportunities to ask questions after each topic.

Creating reading lists using ORLO

Do you want to provide reading lists with direct links to e-books and articles? Oxford Reading List Online (ORLO) is an online reading list platform which makes it easy to create reading lists with direct links to e-books, articles and other e-resources and which show real time availability for physical resources in Oxford Libraries. 

This is an introductory session for academics, administrators and any staff supporting reading lists. You may also be interested in Oxford Reading Lists Online (ORLO): Getting started – an Oxford LibGuide that provides training videos and guides for staff, administrators and academics.

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