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 2000 members.
You are welcom to join us in our Staffroom every Thursday where a panel of experienced CESI members will answer a number of the latest questions that appeared on this mailing list.
Hi Hassan, You might want to check the link… the link is saying 20th Oct while your email says 21st Oct regards Denis On Tue, 20 Oct 2020 at 21:26, Hassan Dabbagh wrote: > HI all, > > CESI Staffroom > @cesitweets > Sustaining […]
Hi Do you have contact details please? On Tue 20 Oct 2020 at 16:02, Imogen Bertin wrote: > Yes they do Con, but the Unifi indoor ones are so good they even work in > the car park! I went down with a heavy heart trying to figure out how I was […]
HI all, CESI Staffroom @cesitweets Sustaining yourself throughout Covid-19 Presented by Helen O’Kelly and Dermot Walsh with very special guest presenter Michael McNamara from the PDST will be LIVE tomorrow night Wednesday 21st Oct from 8pm, click […]
Windows apps now run on chromebooks via parallels, along with linux and android apps it’s got everything covered. […]
You have enable the flag for it and it’s on the developer beta not the stable releases. On Tuesday, 20 October 2020 15:15:49 UTC+1, boregan wrote: > Tried that link for the new native screen recorder for Chrome but couldn’t see how to […]
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,
The 2020 annual conference of the Computers in Education Society of Ireland (CESI) took place on 29th February 2020 in Athlone at the Athlone Institute of Technology.
Gender stereotyping is resulting in girls’ performance at maths being significantly underestimated by teachers and parents from primary school onwards,
Shorter courses, ROI-oriented career choices and a switch to lifelong learning will power new business models in education.
Students express mixed feelings over plan to virtually re-create school via world-building video game
Ireland’s (HSE) is donating the code for the COVID Tracker app as Open Source to the not-for-profit Linux Foundation.
A report conducted by the Inspectorate of the Department of Education and Skills.
In addition to providing coding instruction, computer science curricula—especially for children—should provide opportunities to build and reinforce character attributes such