Matthew Castle

Matthew Castle

Head of Application Platforms in Central IT Services University of Oxford

Matthew is the Head of Application Platforms in central IT Services for the University of Oxford.  He has a variety of responsibilities on several platforms that support the organisation.  This includes software development and customisations of the core Alumni and VLE platforms.  Service Owner for the organisation’s central web publishing platform hosting over 700 websites. Management and governance of Azure and Power Platform to support business applications as well core data integrations based on a combination of BizTalk, SSIS and Azure.  Matthew comes from a software development background across several verticals including marketing, ecommerce and financial services and is passionate about helping teams adopt lean and agile methodologies and modern engineering practices.

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Thursday 24/03/2022

From 12:20 To 12:55

03/24/2022 12:20 03/24/2022 12:55 Before and beyond the classroom: Modernising engagement for lifelong learners

In collaboration with Microsoft

Today’s learners come from unique backgrounds and life stages. Universities must understand their learners to deliver on personalised experiences.

Today’s learners bring high expectations to campus. Innovative campuses are shifting from automation and efficiency to agility and personalisation to engage learners of diverse life-stages and life-styles to connect with new markets and extend their engagement with current learners into lifelong relationships.


Themes: Leadership, Inclusion, Wellbeing, Skills, Futures, Innovation

ExCeL London

ExCeL London

"Before and beyond the classroom: Modernising engagement for lifelong learners"

Brian Gibson Liz Bailey Matthew Castle Nick Gilbert
Time and date

Thursday 24/03/2022

From 12:20 To 12:55

03/24/2022 12:20 03/24/2022 12:55 Before and beyond the classroom: Modernising engagement for lifelong learners

In collaboration with Microsoft

Today’s learners come from unique backgrounds and life stages. Universities must understand their learners to deliver on personalised experiences.

Today’s learners bring high expectations to campus. Innovative campuses are shifting from automation and efficiency to agility and personalisation to engage learners of diverse life-stages and life-styles to connect with new markets and extend their engagement with current learners into lifelong relationships.


Themes: Leadership, Inclusion, Wellbeing, Skills, Futures, Innovation

ExCeL London
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ExCeL London

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