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Learning Central, Learning Technology, Minimum Expectations

Minimum Expectations in the use of Learning Central – Examples of Good Practice

Posted on May 23, 2017 by Gethin Rowlands

Staff and students from across the University have agreed a set of ‘minimum expectations’ on the use of Learning Central. The idea is to set out clear guidance on what should be included in Learning Central modules as a baseline, and tackle the dissatisfaction sometimes felt by students in regards to the inconsistency and partial
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Accessibility, Event Capture, innovative teaching, Learning Technology, Lecture Capture, Panopto

Smartmarkers, Panopto and Whiteboard Capture

Posted on May 18, 2017 by Dewi Parry

by Karl Luke The whiteboard is a staple within numerous learning spaces across Cardiff University and many academics use whiteboards for instruction. This presents a significant challenge for the Learn Plus service; how can whiteboard interactions be captured with sufficient quality? This is a bit of a “Holy Grail” for event capture and a question
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CEI, Learning Technology, online learning, staff

Neil Mosley joins the Centre for Education Innovation

Posted on May 8, 2017 by Neil Mosley

Hello, my name is Neil Mosley and I recently joined the Centre for Education Innovation (CEI) as a Learning Technology Officer. I will be acting as the CEI learning technology representative and link for education related aspects of Professional Services. Before coming to Cardiff I was working at Imperial College Business School within the Edtech
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UNAM Visitors and Residents session

Digital Capability, eLearning, Phoenix, UNAM

Visitors and Residents – University of Namibia

Posted on May 5, 2017 by Dewi Parry

by Matt Smith I recently visited the University of Namibia (UNAM) with fellow Cardiff University learning technologists Dewi Parry and Karl Luke as part of the Phoenix Project. I led a workshop, supported by Dewi, which introduced the Visitors and Residents concept and encouraged participants to reflect on their online practice and presence. This blog post
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