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Cardiff Pulse / Cipolwg Caerdydd

Posted on 27 April 2021 by cesi

Cardiff Pulse is an agile feedback mechanism for students which will allow us to address student support needs in near real-time. Every month until July 2021, we will be inviting all Cardiff students to talk to us about how they’re getting on. We will ask about a maximum of six areas relating to University life,
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Welcome to LinkedIn Learning!

Posted on 10 March 2021 by cesi

If you’ve already heard of LinkedIn Learning , you’ll know that it’s an online platform containing thousands of short, online courses around professional, technical, and creativity skills. New content is added every week, and whether you want to improve your interview skills, better manage time, (or people), or even learn how to become an urban artist, there is something for everyone.  An individual, one year subscription usually costs £200,
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Croeso i LinkedIn Learning!

Posted on 10 March 2021 by cesi

Os ydych eisoes wedi clywed am LinkedIn Learning, byddwch yn gwybod mai platfform ar-lein yw, sy’n cynnwys miloedd o gyrsiau byr, ar-lein ynghylch sgiliau proffesiynol, technegol a chreadigol. Ychwanegir cynnwys newydd bob wythnos, a ph’un a ydych am wella eich sgiliau cyfweliad, eich sgiliau rheoli amser (neu bobl) neu ddysgu sut i droi’n artist trefol,
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Team Tuesdays- Meet Ada, Learning Designer

Posted on 9 March 2021 by cesi

Name: Ada Huggett-Fieldhouse Role: Learning Designer  What is your role in the CESI team?  I will be leading and working on exciting projects under the Digital Education Strategy and the Education and Students Strategy. Additionally, I will be working in partnership with the College of Physical Sciences and Engineering to help enhance learning, teaching and the use of educational technology. Outside from CESI, I
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Cynhadledd Gaeaf Cymdeithas Technoleg Dysgu 2020, blog 3

Posted on 15 February 2021 by cesi

Diweddariadau o Gynhadledd Gaeaf Ar-lein ALT 2020 O ystyried bod Cynhadledd Gaeaf Ar-lein y Gymdeithas Technoleg Dysgu (ALT) wedi’i chynnal yn ddiwedd 2020, nid oedd yn syndod bod nifer o sesiynau’r gynhadledd yn uniongyrchol gysylltiedig â’r newid i ddysgu ar-lein o ganlyniad i’r pandemig. Yn y diweddariad terfynol hwn o’r gynhadledd, edrychwn ar rai o’r
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ALT Winter Conference 2020, blog post 3

Posted on 15 February 2021 by cesi

Updates from the ALT Online Winter Conference 2020 Given that the Association for Learning Technology (ALT) Online Winter Conference took place at the end of 2020, it was not surprising that a number of the conference sessions were directly related to the pivot to online learning as a result of the pandemic. In this final
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Bwrw ymlaen â’r dull cyfunol

Posted on 11 February 2021 by cesi

Er fod dechrau sesiwn academaidd 2021/22 yn ymddangos yn bell i ffwrdd nawr, gyda’r cyhoeddiad diweddar gan yr Is-Ganghellor bod y dull cyfunol o ddysgu ac addysgu “yma i aros”, bydd angen i ni i gyd ddechrau gweithio gyda’n gilydd i edrych ar ffyrdd y gallwn barhau i wella profiad myfyrwyr. Er y bydd ystod
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The blended approach is here to stay

Posted on 10 February 2021 by cesi

While the start of academic session 2021/22 may seem a long way away now, and with the recent announcement from the Vice-Chancellor that the blended approach to learning and teaching is “here to stay”, we will soon all need to start working together to look at ways in which we can continue to improve the
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Awgrymiadau defnyddiol ar gyfer cyfathrebu â myfyrwyr

Posted on 4 February 2021 by cesi

Mae’r ffordd rydych chi’n siarad â myfyrwyr yn dylanwadu ar y ffordd maen nhw’n derbyn eich negeseuon Mae cyfathrebu, sy’n hanfodol ar gyfer ymgysylltiad cadarnhaol â myfyrwyr, yn digwydd gyda’r derbynnydd, nid yr anfonwr – felly sut allwch chi sicrhau eich bod chi’n cyrraedd myfyrwyr mewn gwirionedd? Cadwch bopeth yn syml Ysgrifennwch negeseuon clir, byr.
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Top tips for communicating with students

Posted on 4 February 2021 by cesi

The way you speak to students shapes the way they receive your messages Communication, which is crucial for positive student engagement, happens in the receiver, not the sender – so how can you make sure you’re actually getting through to students? Keep it simple Write short, clear messages. Use short, clear sentences. Check out our
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