myf.cymru is a Welsh language mental health and wellbeing project for students, which has created a website of the same name. The resources have been created in partnership with Bangor University, Aberystwyth University , University of Wales Trinity Saint David and Grŵp Llandrillo Menai. On the site, you will find original content from Welsh speaking students and also mental health resources that have been reviewed by Welsh speaking therapists. TMyf.cymru has worked in partnership with the MOIMR program to translate their app into Welsh. Full of useful and practical resources to support you on your recovery and will help anyone navigate the challenges of daily life. There is also a podcast called 'Sgwrs?' which covers issues that affect students today.
Llenyddiaeth Gymraeg: Llwybrau Newydd Conference
Llenyddiaeth Gymraeg: Llwybrau Newydd Confernce 9th June 2022, Siambr y Cyngor, Prif Adeilad Prifysgol Caerdydd, Plas y Parc, Caerdydd, CF10 3AT 9.45am - 17.15pm A Welsh literature conference organized by the School of Welsh, Cardiff University, sponsored by the Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol. A full programme of papers ranging from the Middle Ages to Modern Literature, with the keynote lecture delivered by Professor Mererid Hopwood. Click on the link below to view full programme. Free entry and refreshments. Sign up to attend. All welcome. The conference is in Welsh. No simultaneous translation. For more information, please contact the organizers: Dr Rhiannon Marks (MarksR@caerdydd.ac.uk) and Dr David Callander (CallanderD@caerdydd.ac.uk)
Law: Contract Law
These resouces present the core concepts of contract law, and discuss the issues that may arise when deciding whether the parties have formed a contract. The resources aim at providing students with a good foundation for studying contract law. Each unit contains the following: abstract lecture in the form of video presentations multiple choice quiz seminar questions bibliography Contributors to this theme: Dr Hayley Roberts Dr Angharad James The individual units listed below are available here as one resource. These resources have been created with support from the HEFCW Investment and Recovery Fund.
Language and Business Conference
Conference on Marketing, Business and Minority Languages A conference for lecturers, students and marketing and Welsh language professionals on 24 June 2022 at the Bay Campus, Swansea University, Fabian Way, Swansea SA1 8EN. The conference will present and discuss research that looks at issues relating to the Welsh language and other languages, such as Breton, Irish, or Basque, and the field of Business. Free entry and refreshments. Sign up to attend. All welcome. The conference is in Welsh. No simultaneous translation. Further details: email@example.com
Traethawd Hir Hanes
Presentations on writing and researching for the History Dissertation module. What is a History Dissertation - Dr Lowri Ann Rees, Bangor University Researching Collections and Resources at the National Library of Wales online and at the Library The Medieval Age and Early Modern Period - Dr Rebecca Thomas, Cardiff University
Entrepreneurship and Business Strategy
These resouces define entrepreneurship, consider how to plan and start a business, and examine the factors in developing a successful business. Each unit contains the following: abstract lecture in the form of video presentations multiple choice quiz seminar questions bibliography Contributors to this theme: Dr Robert Bowen Dr Eleri Rosier Dr Kelly Young Nerys Fuller-Love Jonathan Fry Gareth Hall Williams The individual units listed below are available here as one resource. These resources have been created with support from the HEFCW Investment and Recovery Fund.
This interactive resource has been designed to provide information regarding beef production across the globe. The content has been divided into different units which concentrate on different aspects of beef production. The units contain student notes, teacher notes, interactive activities and videos.
Cynhadledd Antur - Adventure Conference
Adventure Conference (Held on18/02/2022) The one-day "Adventure" conference aims to close the gap between industry and students with the focus on outdoor sports content. Held at Yr Egin in Carmarthen, student can join in person and online. Three amazing guest speakers want to share their vast experiences and inspire the students. The three speakers will be: Lowri Morgan - broadcaster, adventurer and author, BAFTA-winning and internationally renowned Rhodri ap Dyfrig - Online Content Commissioner for S4C, the national Welsh language broadcaster, with editorial and strategic responsibility for Hansh Llion Iwan - Llion is Welsh indie Cwmni Da’s Managing Director. He spent a decade at the BBC, producing and directing documentary films for BBC1, 2, 4 and as a freelance director.
Welsh-medium Research Conference 2022 (30 June 2022)
This Conference was held in a hybrid form this year, with an in-person audience at the National Library in Aberystwyth, and it was broadcast live to a virtual audience. The Coleg's annual Research Conference is for everyone who conducts and is interested in academic research through the medium of Welsh, whatever the field and whatever the discipline. Scientists, humanists and sociologists from all over Wales and beyond are invited to share the fruits of their research and to discuss with other like-minded Welsh researchers. The aim of the conference is to give the next generation of academics an opportunity to present their research before an audience of peers. The conference is also an opportunity to network with Welsh-speaking researchers and to foster a wider community of academics who promote Welsh-medium provision in our universities. Click below to see short presentations specially recorded for the conference. There are also links to view the research posters displayed during the conference. Recordings of the main presentations given live during the conference, and the question and answer sessions will be added below shortly.
Carlam Cymru Revision Sessions
Recordings of revision sessions in different subject areas that were commissioned by e-sgol for GCSE, AS and A level students during 2021. There are GCSE revision sessions on: Mathematics Welsh Welsh as a second language Biology Physics Chemistry History Geography There are AS revision sessions on: Mathematics Welsh Biology Physics Chemistry History Geography There are A level revision sessions on: Mathematics Welsh Biology Chemistry History Geography Psychology
Sharing Good Practice Videos
A videos series of further education and apprenticeship providers staff sharing good practice in bilingual and Welsh-medium teaching, training, and assessment in the post-16 sector.
Sociology and Welsh Baccalaureate Research Skills Session
Research Skills Workshop for Sociology and the Welsh Baccalaureate for A and AS Level students. Presentations on primary and secondary data. Presentations by Dr Rhian Hodges, Bangor University (Primary Data) and Dr Siôn Llewelyn Jones, Cardiff University (Secondary Data).