Production of educational media key to choosing degree and forming opinion of University

By Tom Bartlett
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Nearly two thirds (63%) of graduates* believe that if a university creates educational media as one of many teaching methods, this would strongly or slightly improve their opinion of that university. Only 4% said it would decrease their opinion of such institutions. The research** is published by The CADARN Learning Portal, which supports and stimulates the production of online and open educational resources.

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Time and Money - Key Challenges to Creating Educational Media

By Tom Bartlett

Nearly three quarters (73%) of graduates* believe time is the main challenge to higher education teaching staff when it comes to producing educational media, with two thirds (66%) citing money as a significant challenge. The research** is published by The CADARN Learning Portal https://www.cadarn.ac.uk , which supports and stimulates the production of online and open educational resources.

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Student collaboration could close gap between expectation and experience of educational media

By Tom Bartlett
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Nearly two thirds (60%) of graduates* in the UK said that lecturers or tutors had used educational media during their degrees. However, less than a quarter (22%) of them had taken part in the production of educational media themselves. The research** is published by The CADARN Learning Portal, which supports and stimulates the production of online and open educational resources.

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CADARN Hails Successful First Year at Stakeholder Event

By Tom Bartlett
CADARN Launch Event

The CADARN Learning Portal has hosted a stakeholder event to thank its partners for their contributions to the project so far and to share its milestones and future goals.

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CADARN Learning Portal provides support to A Level students ahead of results day

By Tom Bartlett

The CADARN Learning Portal is reaching out to A Level students ahead of exam results day, 13th August 2015. With a database of over 1,000 courses at five universities in Wales, potential students can browse the subjects that interest them, in the location of their choice as well as view online teaching resources to get a taste of what certain courses will involve.

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Project extension for CADARN Learning Portal

By Tom Bartlett
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The project timeline for the CADARN Learning Portal www.cadarn.ac.uk has been extended, as agreed by HEFCW and with the support of the portal’s partners, Aberystwyth University, Bangor University, Glyndŵr University, Grŵp Llandrillo Menai, The Open University in Wales and Y Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol. This will enable the CADARN team to provide continued support until December 2016 and will ensure the website is fully maintained until December 2018.

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