Posts tagged "Digital Framework"
From this academic year all NTU staff and students can use Lynda.com for free! If you haven’t yet heard about Lynda.com, then please read on.
What is Lynda.com?
If you’ve used Sway, Microsoft’s visual storytelling/presentation program you’ll know that its auto-formatting function can be a great time saver.
Interested in using Yammer but not sure where to start?
Here are five ideas to get you started using Yammer whether it’s for learning, teaching or assessment, within a group or as an individual user:
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If you’ve already explored Microsoft Sway, you’ll know that this digital storytelling package loves visuals. You can add images, but did you know it’s also easy to add video too?
From the Cards pane, just select a Video card.
You may already know that at the beginning of this term we have launched the NTU Digital Framework learning room in NOW:
to support staff in their development of digital competencies and
to provide guidance on the Framework for those involve
If you’ve upgraded to Office 2016 and are lucky enough to have a touchscreen laptop or tablet you can now handwrite equations which are then converted to typed text.
If you prefer to use keyboard shortcuts instead of the mouse, then this handy tip is for you.
Did you know, if you press the Alt key, letters appear over every item on the ribbon? Just tap the relevant key to activate that option.
The launch of the Curriculum Refresh microsite recently was the first opportunity to highlight a new set of resources that CPLD have produced to support the NTU Digital Framework.
The Digital Framework was introduced at NTU last year and we’ve been pulling together a range of resources and support to help colleagues use the Framework, whether as a personal CPD tool, or as a method to analyse skills in teams or support c
Wondering how to add special characters such as Trademark or mathematical symbols into your Word document?
Microsoft provide a wide range of symbols and special characters that you can use in your Word documents (and other Microsoft programs such as