1. What Can NDLR do for you?

    Through the NDLR service you can find, share and discuss learning and teaching resources, shared by the Irish Higher Education community. The NDLR is a HEA funded service between the 21 Higher Education Institutions of Ireland, to support the collaboration and sharing of higher education digital teaching and learning resources. The NDLR is a free and open online community of resources designed primarily for faculty of higher education in Ireland to share their learning materials.

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  2. Catherine Kane (TCD), Damien Rafterty (IT Carlow), Paul Gormley (NUIG)

    Generic ‘elearning design workshops’ for the professional development of Academic staff in designing, developing and delivering eLearning as part of teaching and learning.
    FULL DETAILS: http://www.ndlr.ie/view/view.php?id=2370

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  3. eBRICS Creating a video in PowerPoint 2010

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  4. eBRICS How to insert a video in PowerPoint 2010

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  5. eBRICS Podcasting for Learning

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NDLR eBRICS Collection

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NDLR eBRICS collection - 2011 NDLR National Funded Project.
Find out more: http://www.ndlr.ie/view/view.php?id=2370
Overview: Current economic cutbacks are forcing those of us who work in eLearning centers to rethink how we can best use the resources…


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NDLR eBRICS collection - 2011 NDLR National Funded Project.
Find out more: http://www.ndlr.ie/view/view.php?id=2370
Overview: Current economic cutbacks are forcing those of us who work in eLearning centers to rethink how we can best use the resources available to us. Across institutions workshops are being delivered that have much in common but are being developed and delivered individually for each institution. Also these workshops are often delivered to small classes and using precious resources such as man power, rooms and equipment. Academic teaching staff is feeling the pinch now too with many new demands on their time and making themselves available for training sessions on particular days and in designated locations is all becoming more difficult.

This project looks at developing generic training materials – delivered in an online environment thus making better use of human resources in institutions, reducing the amount of investment required for training rooms and locations and allowing the academic to take part in the training in their own time and from their own place. In other words ‘using eLearning to teach eLearning’.

It is envisaged that these workshops will not be static web pages but will include online activities, mentoring and feedback thus allowing the instructor also to teach from their office and from their individual institutions.

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