This is an interactive website which introduces the user to various types of journalism. Aimed at students of journalism, it includes a guide to writing for newspapers, radio, television, online and for social media. The resource also includes an introduction to the rules and regulations that influence editorial decisions. It includes videos, quizes and online exercises.
Reporting on....the news
Porth Adnoddau: What is it? How to add new content
The Porth Adnoddau website offers one central place to share a wide range of Welsh-medium resources for the Post-16 and Vocational and Higher Education sectors. There are videos explaining what the Porth Adnoddau is and also how to use it. There is also a link to a form for uploading a new resource to the Porth along with guidance on how to complete it.
Learn how to use the internet
Learn My Way has free courses for you to learn digital skills to stay safe and connected for learners at a foundational level. Courses such as: Using your computer or device Online Safety Online basics Office Programs Improving your health online Managing your money online
Personality Quiz - the Buzz Quiz
Resource by Careers Wales for learners aged 11-19 to find out your personality type and what jobs might suit you.
Mathemateg.com byd Dr Gareth Evans includes a whole host of resources for the study of mathematics from Year 7 to year 13. Use the menu at the top of the page to navigate the site. Click "Login as a visitor " to access any course. On site you can download work packs, watch review videos, try to review quizzes or seek old exam papers.
Mathematics with Bubbles
This website includes an introduction to how bubbles can be used to solve a mathematical problem in optimization, known as the Steiner Problem. The aim in this problem is to find the shortest way of connecting together n points (which could denote towns or cities) positioned on a plane. To solve the problem, we will make connections with another problem in which we find minimal surfaces (e.g using bubbles). The website includes two sets of exercises, the first is aimed at learners in years 10-11 while the second is aimed at learners in years 12-13. The first set of exercises mainly involves geometrical calculations (in particular trigonometric calculations), while the second set also includes exersises in finding limits and differentiation.
Recording voice over and video in Powerpoint Tutorial
This is a short workshop that shows you how to use PowerPoint to record voice over and video for presentations and training sessions.
Virtual Research Conference 2020
Welcome to Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol's Virtual Research Conference. Here you can access everything to do with the Conference: There are two parts to the conference: 1. 4 live papers will be submitted on July 1 (10: 00-12: 30) - the conference recordings will be added below soon. 2. In addition to the live presentations you will see on 1 July, 13 Welsh research students and academics have recorded presentations in advance. Below you will find access to all of them and we ask you to watch and enjoy them in your own time before the conference. Please feel free to prepare questions. There will be an opportunity to ask your question between 2 and 3:30 on 1 July. We ask you to submit your questions on Twitter using #cynhadleddymchwil20 and the contributors' Twitter accounts appear as you view the presentations. If you don't use Twitter, please ask your questions in the relevant box that appears under each presentation. We hope you enjoy and contribute to the event.
Yr Afon (2008)
Golwg ar rai o afonydd mawr y byd yng nghwmni pobl adnabyddus o Gymru. Oherwydd rhesymau hawlfraint bydd angen cyfrif Coleg Cymraeg i wylio rhaglenni Archif S4C. Mae modd ymaelodi ar wefan y Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol i gael cyfrif.