Digital resources introducing the core ideas, concepts and principles of Politics.
E-lawlyfrau Syniadau Gwleidyddiaeth ('Political Ideas E-books')
An introduction to Philosophy modules
Brief introductions to elements of philosophy and the provision available through the Coleg, for students and potential students.
Videos for Business lecturers
A series of short video clips featuring Welsh speakers working in occupations relevant to business modules in Higher and Further Education. The individuals featured in the clips come from a variety of business backgrounds, including marketing, management and tourism. The clips are designed to be incorporated by lecturers in their lectures. They can also be used for recruitment purposes. For Further Education lecturers, the following videos are relevant to core units of Level 3 Business BTEC: Unit 1: Exploring Business – ‘Sefydlu Busnes' videos 4, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17 Unit 2: Developing a Marketing Campaign - 'Marchnata' videos 1, 2 Unit 5: International Business - 'Cyllid' video 2 Unit 6: Principles of Management – ‘Adnoddau Dynol’ videos
Be Ddywedodd Durkheim – Ellis Roberts a Paul Birt
Introduction to the ideology of sociologist Emile Durkheim in his own words, translated into Welsh. Durkheim believed that it was possible to create a science to study sociology, and was one of the main founders of modern sociology. According to Durkheim, an individual and his or her actions are controlled by society. He also studied the role of religion in society.
Esboniadur Daearyddiaeth ('Geography Explained')
Definitions and explanations of geographical terms, including processes, landforms, theories and techniques.
Esboniadur Newyddiaduraeth ('Journalism Explained')
'Esboniadur Newyddiaduraeth' brings different definitions and concepts of news, journalism and the media in Wales and beyond together in an easy to use resource.
Cist Offer Newyddiaduraeth ('A Journalist’s Treasure Trove')
Journalists have to master a wide range of skills. 'Cist Offer' provides practical advice in key areas for new journalists. In a series of videos, some of the industry’s most experienced practitioners share tips and advice on some of the main aspects of the job.
Botwm y Byd ('Click to the World')
A series of resources to teach New Media, Modern Languages and Politics through the medium of Welsh. There are three main sections: 'Byd Bach' (Small World), 'Pedwar Ban' (The Four Corners) and 'Adnoddau Addysgu' (Teaching Resources). 'Byd Bach' is a series of broadcasts, where contributors summarise, in 7-10 minutes, the main press stories of a particular country, with special attention to international stories. 'Pedwar Ban' also includes broadcasts: the contributors were invited to read through the newspapers of different countries, coming together to discuss some of the main stories. There is also a series of interactive exercises, traditional work sheets and vocabulary lists, as well as career videos.
Esboniadur Ffilm a Theledu Cymru ('Film and Television in Wales Explained')
Details about films and television programmes in Welsh and English, and biographical details and video clips of leading figures in the field: Aderyn Papur, Yr Alcoholig Llon, Stephen Bayly, Branwen, Byw Yn Dy Groen, Caerdydd, Cameleon, Ceri Sherlock, Con Passionate, Dafydd, Dal:Yma/Nawr, Dinas, Diwrnod Hollol Mindblowing Heddiw, Peter Edwards, Eldra, Elenya, Endaf Emlyn, Aron Evans, Marc Evans, Y Fargen, Fondue, Rhyw a Deinosors, Karl Francis, Gadael Lenin, Gelert, Gogs, Grand Slam, Gwenoliaid, William Haggar, Hedd Wyn, John Hefin, House of America, How Green Was My Valley, Rhys Ifans, Jabas, Sue Jeffries, Naomi Jones, Paul Jones, Joni Jones, Little White Lies, Y Mabinogi, Y Mapiwr, Milwr Bychan, Y Mynydd Grug, Newid Ger, O'r Ddaear Hen, Oed Yr Addewid, Felicity 'Fizzy' Oppe, Pam Fi Duw?, Siân Phillips, Meic Povey, Rhys Powys, The Proud Valley, Joanna Quinn, Rhosyn a Rhith, A Run For Your Money, Sam Tân, Separado!, Sleep Furiously, Solomon a Gaenor, Streetlife, SuperTed, Tair Chwaer, Talcen Caled, Teisennau Mair, Teulu, Traed Mewn Cyffion, Treflan, Paul Turner, Un Nos Ola' Leuad, Under Milk Wood, A Way of Life, Emlyn ...
This resource includes a collection of dramas which were digitised in partnership with the National Library of Wales. The collection was developed to ensure that dramas which are out of print are available to students and lecturers. Some of the dramas are available for educational use only for copyright reasons and will require users to login to access them.
Alan Llwyd discusses the film 'Hedd Wyn'
Interview with Alan Llwyd about the film ‘Hedd Wyn’ and the art of scripting for the screen. There is a Question and Answer section at the end. The session was recorded in the School of Creative Arts and Media in Bangor University, in March 2012.
Llinell Amser Celf ('Art Timeline')
This ‘Art Timeline’ is a window into Wales' creative ingenuity through history across all genres and medium. The resource has been developed by a team of artists/working designers and academics, who are involved in learning, research and creation in Wales today. There are images and links to information, where available, to put the pictures in context.