Earlier in the year I wrote about the #LTHEchat Twitter Chat sparked by #LTHEchat 20 on Open Badges.
The last technology tip was on taking screenshots on a Windows PC or laptop. If you have Mac or MacBook, you need to use slightly different methods.
The online version of Excel is fast becoming a comprehensive equivalent as features are added but when both programs are viewed side by side you can easily see that some less used icons are missing.
Do you create and send emails containing the same text over and over again? If so, it might be worth taking a few minutes to set up an email template.
Online video content from external sites such as YouTube and Vimeo can be embedded into a number of NOW tools to help provide engaging resources for your students.
Are you an NTU colleague interested in facilitating engaging online discussions? If the answer’s yes, then sign up for the ‘Get Them Thinking with Online Discussions’ course offered by the Centre for Professional Learning and Development (CPLD)
The next couple of posts will be dedicated to taking screenshots.
Did you know that you can share documents you’ve saved to OneDrive – Nottingham Trent University with colleagues, students and external users? In fact, anyone who has an email address.
Have you heard about the Centre for Professional Learning and Development’s (CPLD) new event: Getting to Grips With Office 365?
It’s suitable for all NTU colleagues, and looks at the essentials of Office 365 including:
What is Office 36
The new academic year has recently started. Staff who have recently joined university may have questions about technologies used at NTU, so I wanted to post a reminder on how colleagues can contact ITS Service Desk with their queries.