Did you know about the new EU directives on digital accessibility? In association with Dr Abi James NADP are offering training events on Improving Digital Accessibility & the new EU Directive during March 2019. In her workshop delegates will be introduced to guidelines, techniques and regulations for improving digital accessibility…
Whilst working in school recently I was inspired to see some academics using the dictation capabilities of their smart phones to allow them to quickly annotate feedback for students. The staff member was able to get feedback out to his students in a very timely manner using this approach. Obviously, it’s not an approach for everyone. Some of us need time to reflect and gather our thoughts. Sometimes we need to use rubrics. However, the work flow was far more efficient for this particular staff member.
There are many times when I need a bit of music for a presentation or a show reel but I have very little skills in creating my own music! This post looks at a few sites where you can download
Introduction There are times when you just need to concentrate. However, there are also many times when noise gets in the way. You might be working in a busy office, or trying to study in the library. Noisy interruptions can
The mass amount of information available online today makes it increasingly difficult and time-consuming to find the exact content that we want. Filtering through the content to find valuable resources is not an easy task. This is where content curation
Whilst checking out some of the SimpleK12 two-minute talks (that I’d thoroughly recommend), I found myself going through the usual steps of opening about thirty different browser windows to lots of linked sites when I stumbled across a wiki created
Stuck for inspiration? How about being spoilt for choice instead? Here are three sets of resources you may not have heard about before. And also, in three formats that are aimed to also set you thinking. As always, if you
We’ve all heard it, ‘death by powerpoint’, and we know that we might want to do things differently, or even break away from the whole 55 min standupandlecture thing, but it’s just so hard to do, right? For myself, I