Category Archives: Technology Events

Changing the way we teach lectures

I attended a seminar yesterday about “Putting Lectures Online”. It looked at how three Schools at Cardiff University had approached recording lectures and putting them online. Before the seminar my idea, and probably that of many others, was that recording lectures … Continue reading

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LanSchool – Managing the computer classroom environment

I gave a presentation at the Cardiff University Distributed Information Technology conference on Wednesday, 22nd June 2011, about how we use LanSchool at the Cardiff School of Journalism, Cardiff University, with my colleague Chris Yeo. The slides for the presentation are below. … Continue reading

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Cardiff Technology Enhanced Education Conference 2011

I attended the Cardiff Technology Enhanced Education Conference 2011 on Friday. The main themes for this years conference were Enhancing the Student Experience, Educational Theory and Research, Developments in Media and Technology and The Lecture. What stood out for me … Continue reading

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Distributed IT Support staff Conference

Today welcomes the first DITS conference at Cardiff University. It is an important first step towards bringing the technical support staff from all departments together to share ideas and good practice. Eileen Brandreth, the Director of University IT opened the conference … Continue reading

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QUILT Technology Enhanced Education Conference at Cardiff University

A collection of innovative and inspiring projects that have been going on at Cardiff University and presented at yesterdays conference. Using video for LearningLecture CaptureTim JamesA pilot project to capture lectures and make them available for students to revise from … Continue reading

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