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World map showing tens of red and blue markers/pins.

Interactive Content were contacted by CMVM Research Office and Communications and Marketing to create a bespoke, engaging and easy-to-use interactive map. This resource highlights where the University’s research and innovation in health are making a difference around the world.

Transparent lamb minifigure sitting at a computer desk.

Estimated reading time: 3 minutes Making our online content accessible to a broad audience is something a lot of us strive to achieve. But how many of us consider who created the content we consume daily and what their publishing journey was?

Baby Kirsten in the neonatal intensive care unit

Reading Time: < 1 minute Jackie Aim reflects on using H5P in large-scale e-learning projects and explores their latest content type ‘Interactive Book’.

I’m making some sort of half-baked effort to clear some posts out of my drafts folder. I’m resigned to the understanding that many will never see the light of day – their time has now passed – but this one is still relevant, and something … Cont…

The difference between or and || are not well understood by many PHP developers. On the surface, the operators appear to be interchangeable but this is not correct. Understanding the difference between these operators will make you a better developer.

We launched our new University Academic Blogging service a month ago, with a significant new piece – our Blogs.ed WordPress platform – and it’s been a sheer delight to watch Blogs.ed grow. I’ve mentioned in a previous post that as well as being closely…

There are about 8 blog posts queued up and needing written before things start to fade from my memory. I’ve even made a list in case I forget them. However, I can’t quite stop myself from just quickly bashing this one out if only to … Continue r…

How to disable first and last name edits in WordPress.

We are pleased to announce that the new Academic Blogging service will be launched on Tuesday 2nd of October. Bookmark our page ( to get further updates and for online help and support once the service goes live. — LTW Edinburgh (@UoE_LTW) September 20, … Continue reading Academic Blogging; or what we did this summer…

This follows on from a series of previous posts documenting some thinking about integrating WordPress with a VLE via LTI: Laying it all out to begin WordPress LTI Testing: Part 1 WordPress LTI Testing: Part 2 WordPress LTI Testing: Part 3 Doing the thinking above … Continue reading WordPress LTI Testing: Part 4


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