For the first time, on February 14th at 10am Oxford Mathematics will be LIVE STREAMING a 1st Year undergraduate lecture. In addition we will film (not live) a real tutorial based on that lecture.
After the huge success of making an undergraduate lecture widely available via social media last term, we know there is an appetite to better understand Oxford teaching. In turn we want to demystify what we do, showing that it is both familiar but also distinctive.
LIVE Oxford Mathematics Student Lecture - James Sparks: 1st Year Undergraduate lecture on 'Dynamics', the mathematics of how things change with time
14th February, 10am-11am UK time
Watch live and ask questions of our mathematicians as you watch
For more information about the 'Dynamics' course: https://courses.maths.ox.ac.uk/node/37555
The lecture will remain available if you can't watch live.
Interviews with students:
We shall also be filming short interviews with the students as they leave the lecture, asking them to explain what happens next. These will be posted on our social media pages.
Watch a Tutorial:
The real tutorial based on the lecture (with a tutor and two students) will be filmed the following week and made available shortly afterwards