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Delighted to share the news that IFSTAL has been recognised for its innovative use of digital technology at the University of Oxford’s annual OxTALENT awards. IFSTAL fought off competition to be named joint-runner up in the ‘Innovative Teaching & Learning with Technology’ category on 14 June 2017.

The programme was selected in recognition of its work in developing a purpose-built Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) that provides opportunities for students from a wide range of disciplines and universities to interact and engage with an interdisciplinary topic – the food system.

The judges commented that IFSTAL was “an excellent example of both cross-institutional and cross-disciplinary teaching and learning,” adding that “the IFSTAL model could be applied to many real-world problems which are systemic in nature: for example healthcare, the environment, providing good urban environments, and lifelong learning.”

Read the full story on the Environmental Change Institute, University of Oxford website.

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