Month: June 2014

4 ways to assess and learn: student created media

Posted on 29 June 2014 by Dewi Parry

by Dewi Parry Last week, I was going through (deleting!) my e-mails when I came across a really interesting thread of e-mails about student multimedia content production from the ALT (Association for Learning Technology) mailing list, and its role as part of course assessment. I’m not going to get into an argument about the right
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Confused about Copyright?

Posted on 21 June 2014 by Allan Theophanides

by Allan Theophanides It’s safe to say that most people find copyright extremely confusing. With so many resources available just a search and a click away (and seemingly for free!) it’s very tempting to use any images, videos or audio clips in a presentation or document without even thinking where it has come from, and most importantly,
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Flipped over Camtasia!

Posted on 12 June 2014 by Catherine Emmett

by Catherine Emmett This week a request came to us at ELTT to help with recording a presentation in a specific way using Camtasia. In this particular case, the module team already had a very specific idea of what they wanted to achieve, which is to provide pre-recorded (information-based) presentations for learners to watch ahead,
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Welcome to ELTT!

Posted on 3 June 2014 by Catherine Emmett

Hello all! We’re using our first post to introduce ourselves. We’re ELTT, the new Enhanced Learning Technology Team at Cardiff. We’re learning technology officers based in the Education Team in Registry & Academic Services, and we also work very closely with IT Services. What is learning technology? If you haven’t heard the term ‘learning technology’
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