As a digital practice adviser, I provide a range of professional development activities and learning resources that help colleagues integrate digital technologies in to their practice.
Working away from your desk?
Want to take notes that you can use when you return to the office but don’t have a laptop?
If you’ve got an iPad or iPhone, then the Microsoft Office Apps available from Apple could be just what you need.
Last year Regent’s University London and Dublin Institute of Technology both hosted their own versions of a 12 Apps of Christmas* event.
Earlier in the year I wrote about the #LTHEchat Twitter Chat sparked by #LTHEchat 20 on Open Badges.
If you’ve upgraded to the new iOS9 operating system on any Apple device that can use mobile data you need to be aware of a new feature Wi-Fi Assist.
1. Twitter: Warning for mobile data users re “autoplay” default video setting.
Twitter have announced a new, default autoplay video setting in the Apple iOS Twitter apps and on the web.
On Wednesday 29th April 2015, Phil Vincent and Roisin Cassidy from York St John University (YSJ) hosted the #LTHEchat 20 on Open Badges.
Do you know someone who got a new tablet or smartphone for Christmas? If so, they might be interested in some new events from CPLD.
The first hour-long session provides some useful hints and tips for new users.
Do you use Outlook Shared Mailboxes? Have you got some great tips to share with others? Or are you struggling to make shared mailboxes work for you?
If so, why not come along to the NEW Getting To Grips With Outlook Shared Mailboxes workshop on Tue
New Printer Queues
IS have set-up generic black and white and colour printer queues for each NTU campus, The benefit is that you can use either queue and print at the Multi-Function Printer (MFP) closest to where you are working – great if you ar
Since the start of the year I have had issues with shoulder and neck pain. Unsurprisingly this has coincided with my desktop computer moving to a new desk, acquiring a new chair and, at last, a second monitor.