Oxford University is set to carry out a major overhaul of its online systems, following student feedback.Nexus will be updated and OxCORT will be replaced by another system, Tutorial Management System (TMS), in time for Michaelmas 2019.The technology behind OxCORT is a decade old, and is “no longer being actively developed and requires replacement”, according to a University statement.The University sent out a survey on 8 May asking students questions about their use of OxCORT, including how often students use the systems and how they access it.According to the spokesperson, the survey was sent to all Senior tutors “for dissemination in their colleges”.The spokesperson told Cherwell: “OxCORT’s replacement provides an opportunity for improvement, and the project team is keen to hear from both students and tutors to understand what features they would like to see.”The spokesperson confirmed that the new system “will have the same general functionalities.”They continued: “The project is working with colleges and departments to identify how best the new system could support them, including investigating possibilities for streamlining manual aspects of the tutorial reporting and payment process.”The IT Services website also notes that in working with a wide range of students and staff, the TMS project may result in a more powerful and versatile system than OxCORT.“Development of a replacement system may also present an opportunity for additional departments to engage with online reporting of undergraduate teaching which is not currently recorded in OxCORT.“Solutions are therefore being considered for both an improved system which mirrors the current OxCORT, as well as a wider system supporting additional departments.”The survey is open until Thursday, 24 May.SOLO has also undergone changes, including a new user interface, which is in BETA currently.According to a page on the new SOLO site, IT personnel responded to several complaints about the system from students.Among other new features, SOLO now has ‘Search Everything’ as the default, and simplified some search functions.According to the page, personnel are working on a feature that will allow SOLO to remember users’ most-searched libraries.
No days off! Russell Wilson has been going to extreme lengths to make sure he’ll be able to continue playing in the NFL for at least another 10 years.During a recent interview on the “Bill Simmons Podcast,” the 31-year-old quarterback went into detail about his workout and recovery regimen, revealing that he spends around $1 million each year — over $2,500 per day — to keep himself in peak physical shape.Russell Wilson Jennifer Stewart/AP/Shutterstock- Advertisement – “I have a whole performance team. I got a whole group,” Wilson said when asked if he was concerned about the time he spent away from the field during the coronavirus pandemic. “I have a full-time trainer that travels with me everywhere [and] works with [my wife] Ciara too. … I have a full-time mobile person that’s working on me, that’s making sure I’m moving the right way and everything else. I have a full-time massage person [and] two chefs.”The Seattle Seahawks player has kept to his strict routine for the last five years — and has spared no expense on hyperbaric chambers, physical therapy and personal training.“I get treatment every day. … I’m in between 363 and 365 [days a year],” he continued, noting that he sometimes gives himself a break on Thanksgiving or Christmas depending on his schedule. “I’m trying to play until I’m 45 at least, so for me, my mentality is that I’m going to leave it all on the field and do everything I can [to] take care of myself.”- Advertisement – “It is a balancing act. … We have to remember that teamwork is part of it and communicate with your partner,” Ciara during a September interview with Tamron Hall. “When you have tough moments, communicate. Russ and I, we talk about everything. We always say communication rules the nation, so we have an open line.”Listen to Us Weekly’s Hot Hollywood as each week the editors of Us break down the hottest entertainment news stories! The Ohio native was drafted to the Seahawks in 2012 and has remained with the team for his entire career. He started in two Super Bowls and led his team to victory over the Denver Broncos in 2014.Russell Wilson Evan Agostini/Invision/AP/ShutterstockWhen he’s not pulling out all the stops on the field, Wilson also makes an effort to be an all-star player in his personal life. The athlete shares daughter Sienna, 3, and son Win, 3 months, with Ciara, 35, whom he wed in July 2016. The Grammy winner also shares son Future Jr., 6, with ex Future.Though Wilson can’t be home as much as he’d like during football season, the “Level Up” singer still has plenty of helping hands when it comes to raising their family.- Advertisement – – Advertisement –