The first pilot session on Rubrics, Creating Marking Grids with the NOW Rubrics Tool, was delivered on the 18th of April.
Ever wished PowerPoint could be more interactive? The new Office Mix add-in for PowerPoint 2013 (which appears as an extra tab) enables you to easily add interactive functions to your presentation.
If you want to assess student’s work anonymously then the anonymous marking feature in NOW will allow you to do this.
By using Insert > Link in OneNote it’s easy to add a link to another webpage and OneNote sections or pages. But how can you link to a specific location ON the page? Here’s how.
If you attended the NTU Elearning Showcase yesterday, the 4th of April, you may have heard a presentation by Peter Bowcott from CADBE and Louise Taylor from BLSS about their experiences using the Rubrics tool in NOW to create electronic marki
Do you find your Outlook inbox filling up with irrelevant email conversations from mailing lists you’re subscribed to? Do your colleagues make too much use of the Reply to All button?
Then cut down on unwanted messages with Outlook’s
Pivot tables are an Excel topic that many people say they have heard about but are not sure about; some are even a little nervous about them. Here is a view of what Pivots can do for you.
Have you ever needed to send an Outlook email to all students on your module? And then spent ages adding their email addresses to the To or Bcc field from the Outlook address directory.
This year’s event focuses on emerging practice at NTU, highlighting successful, shareable examples of technology-enabled learning, teaching and assessment, from across the institution.
Working on a dissertation or long document in Word? Then read this post to find out how to save time searching through long documents by adding a Table of Contents.