A quick question, when was the last time you sat down, and asked your learners what they thought of your eLearning, and I don’t mean a quick smile sheet exercise, but some digging – identifying the opinions and feelings about what they experienced.
Well, Queen’s University Belfast have done just that with a group of students who are increasingly using eLearning during their 5 years of study.
Continue reading Lost in a Sea of eLearning
British Journal of Sports Medicine – Could a jugular vein neck collar help to reduce the possible concussive effect of head impact?
“study has generated initial evidence for a potential protective effect of the collar device”
“It supports the notion that the approach of protecting the brain internally via jugular vein compression may be a promising alternative”
“One should never do anything without skin in the game. If you give advice, you need to be exposed to losses from it.”
Continue reading Nassim Talebs 2016 Commencement Address to American University in Beirut
Finding high-quality open educational resources used to be a challenge, but a number of curated OER collections have made the task much easier for educators.
The Journal bring us eight sources that can help.
Just as we are coming to the end of the first year of the new conference system for youth rugby in Scotland, where the ultimate goal is to see whole Club v Club and School v School competitions from U13 to U18s (and ultimately all played on a Saturday), so the RFU brings out their own revision to age grade rugby, under the banner of Regulation 15.
Continue reading How do you Define Maximum playing time in Age Grade Rugby (RFU v SRU)
The Scottish Government are telling us to eat less sugar and more fibre, via their recently published revised Scottish Dietary Goals.
Scottish ministers have made the changes to the Scottish Dietary Goals publication, based on evidence and advice from the Scientific Advisory Committee on Nutrition (SACN) and Food Standards Scotland.
Continue reading Revised Scottish Dietary Goals
The LMS is still a massive commitment for any organisation, both in terms of staff resource and budget.
Get an implementation wrong, and you can be saddled with an albatross for few years to come; get it right, and it can form the backbone to a dynamic learning culture.
Here’s a couple of current articles that will give you a few ideas about what to be aware of when you are in discussion with your chosen vendor short-list. Continue reading The LMS – Catalyst or Albatross
As previously indicated, the Board of Tribal have announced a fully underwritten £21m Rights Issue.
The gross proceeds of the 1 for 1 Rights Issue (approximately £21 million), together with the disposal of the Synergy business announced earlier in the month, raises approximately £41.12 million, which will be used to reduce the Group’s net debt.
Continue reading Tribal Confirms £21m Rights Issue and Move to AIM
Today, it was reported that a group of doctors and health professionals have written a letter to the UK Government calling for a ban on tackling in school rugby games. This group warns of high risk of serious injury among under-18s from playing rugby and said schools should move to touch rugby and non-contact rugby which is already a popular sport in itself, with more than one million children participating worldwide.
Continue reading World Rugby Response to ‘Ban on Rugby tackling’ petition in the UK