We are used to providing links to web pages. But sometimes you may want to point people to a specific part of the page, so that they don’t have to scroll up and down to find the information you want them to read.
In the early days of Excel users relied on controlling programme operations using keyboard key combinations and F keys. Of course things have moved on and now Excel, along with all Office suite programmes, has ribbons and quick access toolbars.
What is BoB?
In a nutshell, BoB (Box of Broadcasts) is a UK-based radio and TV programme archive run as a subscription service by British Universities Film & Video Council (BUFVC).
It’s a new year and the Digital Practice team are off to a great start, offering up some useful goodies and tips and tricks.
Do you need to use the same PowerPoint for different audiences? Using the same PowerPoint presentation for different types of audience can mean spending time saving a separate version and removing slides which aren’t relevant, or, finding yours
We’d like to welcome Paul Dyson, eLearning Specialist at NTU as another guest blogger here on the Digital Practie blog.
This breakfast APPy hour session featured a wide selection of apps starting with the first of three simplistic but useful and free Android only APPs, these are designed to help make a randomised choice in any selection process.
Did you know that you can notify students of any changes or updates that you make to an existing file or web page in the Content tool of a NOW Learning Room?
You can add a custom message to any notification and/or reset the completion tracking f
Apart from the obvious, i.e. searching for internet pages, you can use Google as a dictionary, calculator, countdown timer, to find your IP address, etc.
Have you ever searched for something on the internet and not been able to find what you need or ended up with too many search results? If so, here are a few tips on how to use punctuation marks and search operators to refine your search in Google.