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E-Learning in Mathematical Subjects online videos

I spent some time yesterday remaking the E-Learning in Mathematical Subjects (ELMS) website, which has had an extended period of downtime since my previous webhost deleted my server without warning. ELMS is a research seminar series at Nottingham Trent University which I set up with Dr. David Fairhurst in 2005 and the website contains videos of seminars. ELMS aims to appeal to a wider range of subject areas and allow discussion on issues in mathematical e-learning that are shared over a range of diverse disciplines. There are currently 11 videos of seminars online on topics including e-assessment, disability and accessibility, podcasting, electronic voting (audience response) systems, VLEs, GeoGebra & interactive whiteboards and more in the pipeline.

I took the redevelopment opportunity to add some new features such as an improved RSS feed, AddThis boxes, short URLs for video pages and video embedding code, as well as some backend changes to make the site easier to run behind the scenes. Consequently I am now able to embed the video of my ELMS talk in this blog. (I have embedded this half size due to the limitations of this blog layout, so you might prefer to view full size).

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