CamGuides for Undergraduates is on the horizon

CamGuides is a freely-available, online resource to support students with their transition to a new level of study at the University of Cambridge. In particular, it aims to introduce the information literacy and academic skills they will develop during their degree. In 2018 CamGuides for Master’s was launched. It is now the turn of CamGuides … Continue reading CamGuides for Undergraduates is on the horizon

Helen Murphy wins the Cambridge University Press Technology Enabled Learning Prize for Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences

If you read this blog and follow us on Twitter you’ll already be very familiar with CamGuides and the wonderful work that Helen and the team achieved to produce the resource in time for the start of the academic year in 2019. And you’ll know that the resource has been well received by all across … Continue reading Helen Murphy wins the Cambridge University Press Technology Enabled Learning Prize for Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences

Whose impact is it anyway? CamGuides, assessment and learning

One of the biggest challenges for CamGuides for Masters was how to assess its impact. Sure, we could use analytics to look at page views and bounce rate and device type, and so on. I can tell you, for example, from the preliminary stats, that CamGuides for Master’s attracted significant interest – over 25,000 page … Continue reading Whose impact is it anyway? CamGuides, assessment and learning

CamGuides at the CCTL conference

This is the edited version of a short presentation given by Helen Murphy on CamGuides [the new name for the Master’s OER project] at the Cambridge Centre for Teaching and Learning’s Teaching Forum, held on 17 April 2018, at Murray Edwards College. The accompanying slidedeck can be seen online here.     CamGuides is a … Continue reading CamGuides at the CCTL conference