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Accessing LearningCentral (Blackboard) content offline using an Application Cache

Posted on 3 December 2014 by Dewi Parry

by Christopher John (guest blogger) Chris is the E-learning Officer for the Masters in Educational Practice (MEP) programme, a bilingual Welsh Government Masters programme available to all Newly Qualified Teachers in Wales, based in the Cardiff School of Social Sciences.E For me one of the greatest advantages of HTML5 has been the introduction of the application cache, less well known
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Power of three and planning online content

Posted on 22 July 2014 by Catherine Emmett

by Catherine Emmett It’s long been considered that there are many interesting things that come in threes. Throughout history, in just about every area of life, people have shared knowledge about the power of three. Here’s a few examples. English Literature: the ‘rule of three’ is used to make a powerful impact in writing; it’s
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Thinking small: 3 tips for mobile learning

Posted on 4 July 2014 by Catherine Emmett

by Catherine Emmett Whilst doing some research for a workshop last week, I was struck by a statistic from the Welcome to Cardiff survey carried out with undergraduate students. Students in the survey were asked to indicate what kind of mobile phone they brought with them to University. Did you know…? 91% of the 2013
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