Month: November 2016


Electronic Lab Notebooks

Posted on 21 November 2016 by Hannah Temple

Welcome back to our series on Education Innovation Fund projects. This week we’re hearing from Chemistry Lecturer James Redman and student Christopher Elgar who have used their seedcorn funding to evaluate electronic lab notebooks to replace paper-based lab reports. Practical work forms a component of most taught programmes in the physical and life sciences. As
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Digital Capabilities Project

Posted on 8 November 2016 by Hannah Temple

Heres the first blog in a new series from some of our Education Innovation Fund projects – We’ll be following the exciting work happening on some of the learning technology projects. This week, we’ll hear from Matt Smith on Digital Capabilities: As the eLearning Project Manager for the Wales Centre for Professional Pharmacy Education (WCPPE),
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Join the conversation around learning technology

Posted on 3 November 2016 by Dewi Parry

The most common questions Learning Technologists are asked are around where to start with joining the conversation. How can I know what’s out there? How do I find out what others are doing? How can I talk to others who have similar ideas? As I mentioned in my blog post about Cardiff University ALT membership (please read
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