Posts tagged "Digital Practice"
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?
Calling all NTU staff!
Want to know more about using digital technology, but short of time?
Then come along to Organisational Development‘s:
Digital Taster Event – Christmas special
Wednesday 13 December 2017 9am – 12noo
A colleague was asking my advice recently about how to navigate Windows 10. She’d recently been upgraded to this operating system and was having some teething problems navigating it.
Have you tried out Microsoft’s Planner yet? It’s available as part of the Office 365 suite and is a simple ‘pin-board’ style planning tool which can be shared with others so you can all collaborate.
Interested in using Yammer but not sure where to start? Back in May, we posted five ways to use Yammer. If you missed it, you can catch up on that post here.
Recently I’ve been chatting with academic colleagues about using OneNote’s Class Notebook available from the Office 365 homepage, for tutorial or personal tutor scenarios.
A feature of the Subtotal TOOL is the ability to also group your data into a form ready for printing. For example, let’s say you have a lot of records that you want to separate by one of the fields in the records.
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
Working with an Excel column of full names, but wishing you’d set this up as two separate columns? Luckily there’s an Excel trick to help you do this.
What is Planner?
Planner allows you to create an electronic Board (1) where you can add Buckets (2) and pin electronic cards (3) to your lists.