Whether you are delivering face-to-face, online or using a blended approach to learning and teaching, discussion boards and online forums can be a valuable addition to your teaching toolkit.
You are thinking of running a departmental survey. Or you want to get feedback on an event from attendees. Or you want to use questionnaires for your students to get their feedback on a particular topic.
Why not add a dynamic Blog feed to you NOW learning room home page, helping your students stay up to date with relevant latest Blog posts.
In my previous Office 365 posts I have explained what Office 365 is and how to easily share documents with others.
Today, we’ll be looking at how to collaborate on documents saved to OneDrive Nottingham Trent University.
Rain, snow, wind, temperature: it’s well documented that we Brits are obsessed with the weather. According to an article by The Telegraph, ‘…almost 70% of British people check the weather forecast at least once a day.
When NTU worked with the Changing the Learning Landscape programme we focused on eliciting how we could move forward with ensuring Digital Literacy was a core competence for both staff and students.
Is no one opening your emails? Are your blog posts going unread? Are you getting no clicks on twitter?
Then it could be as simple as not getting the title right.
In this example we look at how to get Excel’s inbuilt date functions to automatically signal expired or soon to expire event.
This is a moderately advanced topic but is an especially useful method for tracking a date value over time.
Our colleagues at York’s St Johns University have published excellent resources on their blog.
On Friday 18th December 2015 I attended this inaugural conference organised and hosted by Sheffield Hallam University.