Welcome to our blog series written especially for Higher Education. We’ve been working hard on it and we hope you like it and find it useful. If you want to add your voice to any of the blogs then we encourage you to add your comments after the blog. We want to hear your thoughts!
We will be publishing several blogs a month – some written by us, and some written by you. We’re looking for guest writers from the world of Higher Education to write about anything that is of interest and relevance to you. If you would like to get involved and write a blog that we can publish here, please complete this form.
Higher Education (HE) courses’ assessment schedules can vary wildly, but January remains a popular time for coursework deadlines and exams. We spoke to a group of recent graduates about their experiences and what they think of January assessments.
Last Tuesday, the Winter Meeting of the Copyright Information and Technologies in Education Forum, better known as the CITE Forum, took place at King’s College London. Don’t worry if you weren’t able to make it on the day, this blog should fill you in on all that went on!
We've heard a lot about how the Digital Content Store makes copyright simple for HE Library and digitisation professionals, but Eleanor Austin, Bibliographic Assistant at CLA, tells us how the DCS helps to streamline data loading and reporting processes for the Operations team.
Rhodri Hughes, Product Development Executive at CLA and native-Welsh Speaker, shares his thoughts on the benefits and difficulties of utilising non-English content in Higher Education.
Mae Rhodri Hughes, Swyddog Gweithredol Datblygu Cynnyrch at CLA, a siaradwr Cymraeg brodorol, yn rhannu ei feddylion ar y manteision ac anawsterau o ddefnyddio cynhwysion mewn ieithoedd anghyffredin mewn Addysg Uwch