During this time when many educators find themselves working remotely, the CESI mailing list is providing support and answers to their questions all provided with enthusiasm and encouragement by our 2135 members.
Hi Roisin Fantastic thanks, very happy to share with you. I’ll be in touch. Thanks again, Tony > On 21 Apr 2021, at 19:59, Roisin Beaver wrote: > > I’d be really interested in reading the results of this survey Tony! I > sent it on […]
I’d be really interested in reading the results of this survey Tony! I sent it on to our staff in school. Hopefully you’ll get a few responses from them. Good luck with it, Roisin On Wed, 21 Apr 2021 at 08:46, Tony Riley wrote: > > Hi […]
Thanks for all your advice and suggestions. I think a projector would work best for us, as I don’t believe it will be used often and it would be easily stored. We are lucky in that we can darken the hall substantially and sunlight won’t be an issue, […]
Hey again, I’m just dropping another note to let you folks know about another (free) week long course I’m running for Apple the week of 21 June. It’s an in-depth look at teaching the Develop in Swift curriculum, which includes Develop in Swift […]
Just when we thought Windows 10 was fixed with updates Anyways we are back in trouble with Microsoft’s latest update. Update KB5001330 Update KB5001337 The issues are Video glitches, more Audio problems in some cases Blue Screen crashes and User […]
CESI promotes the use of computers in Irish education at all levels, with members coming from every sector. Many of those in higher education support
Congratulations to Enda Donlon, CESI member and former National Executive member who, together with Eamon Costello and Mark Brown, have published their paper on “Collaboration,
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