Student engagement



Reflections on CUSEIP: Student learning with Learn Plus

Posted on 19 February 2018 by Dewi Parry

…and some pedagogical implications by Karl Luke During Summer 2017 I was successfully awarded a Cardiff University Student Education Innovation Projects (CUSEIP) placement for a project which aimed to “develop a framework for supporting effective student engagement with lecture recordings”. The successful applicant was an undergraduate Chemistry student – Ameen – and we worked collaboratively
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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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Learn Plus Monthly Update – May 2015

Posted on 20 May 2015 by Dewi Parry

by Dewi Parry Welcome to the first monthly update for the Learn Plus project by the Learning Technology working group. These updates will let you know what’s going on with the Learn Plus project, to give an insight into developments from a learning technology perspective. The project includes a working group of learning technologists from
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Learn Plus is Coming!

Posted on 17 February 2015 by Dewi Parry

The ELTT team have been having a lot of meetings with the Learn Plus (formerly Lectures Online) project team recently, in particular around what we’ve termed the knowledgebase – a central knowledge base providing guidance on best practice and case studies for staff. We’ve already had e-mails to the ELTT mailbox from staff around the
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Digital literacy – who’s responsible?

Posted on 23 October 2014 by Catherine Emmett

by Catherine Emmett and Joe Nicholls (guest blogger) Over a coffee with colleagues last week, discussion turned to digital literacy in learning and teaching. A question was asked – who is responsible for our students’ digital literacies? The answer’s pretty simply really. You. And that’s really to say, all of us! To understand why that is, let’s first answer
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Accessible learning

Posted on 24 September 2014 by Catherine Emmett

by Catherine Emmett Recently, ELTT were asked whether the core learning technology tools we use in the University are accessible. I’m not going to talk again here about what is important about accessibility because I’ve blogged a bit about this previously, but I am going to try to answer this question. In fact, there isn’t a
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