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Using Padlet for Enquiry-Based Learning

Posted on 24 January 2018 by Owen Crawford

This is a guest post from Rebecca Ferriday – Learning Technology Manager – School of Healthcare Sciences Introduction First year nursing students enrolled on The School of Healthcare Science’s Professional Values and Evidence Based Practice module are asked to produce a 3000-word assignment critically defining the role of the professional nurse by way of summative
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Learning Central Blackboard assignments upgrade

Posted on 11 January 2018 by Martin Nosek

**Please bear in mind that this does not affect Turnitin assignments or Feedback Studio** As you may have noticed, there’s been an upgrade to Blackboard assignments on Learning Central. The only change is in grading interface for Blackboard assignments known as Crocodoc. All other steps including creation of Blackboard assignments and submissions are still the
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Mobile learning and Learning Central

Posted on 9 January 2018 by Martin Nosek

I have recently been investigating the delivery of mobile learning via Blackboard mobile applications for the blog. Learning Central users have access to a mobile application that is available to use. There are separate applications for students and instructors, and it’s useful to know you can work on or study your modules “on the move”!
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#CEIOS: Active Learning – What does it mean for Cardiff University

Posted on 9 January 2018 by Marianna Majzonova

#CEIOS Events are organised and run by the CEI Team The second event in the #CEIOS series, explored the theme of active learning, and what this means at Cardiff University. Some of the questions the event sought to answer were; What does active learning mean? What are the benefits and possible drawbacks for staff and
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