If you’ve already explored Lynda.com you’ll know there is a vast amount of content to choose from.
We’ve made a couple of posts about using Microsoft Sway to create interesting and visual presentations/digital stories.
Calling all NTU staff!
Want to know more about using digital technology, but short of time?
Then come along to Organisational Development‘s:
Digital Taster Event – Christmas special
Wednesday 13 December 2017 9am – 12noo
A colleague was asking my advice recently about how to navigate Windows 10. She’d recently been upgraded to this operating system and was having some teething problems navigating it.
Dr David Wright, an expert in forensic linguistics from Nottingham Trent University’s School of Arts and Humanities has conducted a study examining thousands of emails to show it’s possible to identify someone by analysing small sequences of
Have you tried out Microsoft’s Planner yet? It’s available as part of the Office 365 suite and is a simple ‘pin-board’ style planning tool which can be shared with others so you can all collaborate.
Interested in using Yammer but not sure where to start? Back in May, we posted five ways to use Yammer. If you missed it, you can catch up on that post here.
If you’ve used Sway, Microsoft’s visual storytelling/presentation program you’ll know that its auto-formatting function can be a great time saver.
Recently I’ve been chatting with academic colleagues about using OneNote’s Class Notebook available from the Office 365 homepage, for tutorial or personal tutor scenarios.
Have you had a go with Microsoft’s aptly named Planner program (accessed via your Office 365 homepage)? Planner lets you create a board, add cards for tasks to do and share the plan with colleagues.