Podcast 50: The Mathspeak project

For Episode 50 of the Cherryleaf Podcast, we talk to Tony Grice about the Mathspeak project. The Mathspeak project is a partnership between European educational practitioners and the creators of educational materials. Funded by the European Commission, the objective of the Mathspeak project is to produce a language learning resource for secondary school students. The learning materials… Read more »

Announcing the Mathspeak project: Helping non-native speakers succeed at maths

26th October 2018 Cherryleaf is part of an international partnership that has been awarded a grant under the 2018 Erasmus+ Key Action 201 Strategic Partnerships project. The Mathspeak project is a partnership between European educational practitioners and the creators of educational materials. Funded by the European Commission, this project aims to provide non-native language speaking… Read more »

Another Masters degree course for Technical Authors to consider

In August 2016, we blogged about a new online MSc course in Technical Writing Masters degree course from Cork Institute of Technology. There is another academic course for Technical Authors to consider:  a distance-learning Master of Arts degree in Content Strategy from FH JOANNEUM. “The programme is designed to meet the needs of working persons and is specially suitable… Read more »

New online MSc in Technical Writing

The Department of Computing at Cork Institute of Technology (CIT) has announced new online Masters degree in Information Design & Development for 2016-17, together with a certificate and a postgraduate diploma. There aren’t any undergraduate or postgraduate university courses in the UK for technical communication, so online courses in other countries can be an alternative solution. In comparison to the technical… Read more »

Education technology – Is this also the future for Technical Authors?

(Click on the image to enlarge) Edudemic has created an infographic outlining the likely future for education. Other education sites, such as Grockit.com, suggest the future of study will have three main strands: spend some time with experts spend time on your own, and spend time with your peers If education follow this path, will… Read more »