Episode 210 Trends for May 3-18, 2022: Hardware & Software, Instructional Design & Teaching, AR/VR/Metaverse, and Curriculum Design

We discuss the trends and issues we observed during the weeks that included May 2-18, 2022. The trends were from the resources we flipped into […]

Curriculum design that connects the dots

Effecting curriculum designing tips to ensure your curriculum design tells a story and keeps learners engaged. The post Curriculum design that connects the dots appeared […]

A connected curriculum?

One benefit of being an EAL teacher is that we’re not in a ‘subject bubble’. We support our learners in various subjects, meaning we get […]

Team Tuesdays- Meet Chloe, Administration Officer (Education Support)

Name: Chloe Rideout   Role: Administration Officer (Education Support) and Dignity and Wellbeing Champion – joined April 2021.  What is your role in the CESI team? I work across the Projects […]

Creative Ways to Teach Students Online During COVID-19

Learning from home has been one of the ways students have continued their studies during the COVID-19 pandemic. Returning to in-person learning means students may […]

The blended approach is here to stay

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 […]

Bwrw ymlaen â’r dull cyfunol

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 […]

Team Tuesdays- Meet Andy Lloyd (Senior Curriculum Development Advisor)

Andy Lloyd, Senior Curriculum Development Adivsor Name: Andy Lloyd  Role:  Senior Curriculum Development Advisor – joined Cardiff University in 1992. What is your role in the […]

How To Create an Online Course – The 10 Major Steps

How To Create an Online Course – The 10 Major Steps When starting any new project, it’s always helpful to start with a bird’s eye […]

Interactive PDF’s in e-Learning – What You Should Know

Interactive PDF’s PDFs have been around since the early 1990’s, and in the early 2000’s software began offering features that enabled the development of PDF […]

What I did on my holidays . . . some thoughts on NGLEs

I’m just settling back into work after my annual summer holiday. I did my very best not to check work email or twitter and to […]

4 Ways To Overcome The Overwhelm of Online Course Creation

“Creating online courses means producing content for the millions; a prospect that can freeze course creators in their tracks”. @CordinerSarah Whether it’s the first course […]

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