Posts tagged "flipped learning"
We’ve made a couple of posts about using Microsoft Sway to create interesting and visual presentations/digital stories.
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.
Microsoft Forms is a program within Office 365 (Education) that enables you to create custom quizzes, surveys and questionnaires. You can then invite others to respond (using any browser and using mobile devices).
Ever wondered how to get your PowerPoint presentation to continuously loop? This function is useful for general announcements, marketing or an ‘infomercial’ display.
Many congratulations to NTU colleagues Jessica Willats and Lina Erlandsson who this week became the first to successfully complete CPLD’s Creating Engaging Course Materials programme, gaining several digital Open Badges along the way.
So, spring has definitely sprung with a slightly later than usual Digital Practice Round-Up due to the Easter break. Hence without any further ado a review of what was happening in March, a packed month on the Digital Practice blog.
We’ve been a little busy here in the Digital Practice team, putting together a new programme that we hope will be of interest to colleagues in a variety of ways.
Innovative teaching methods have earned Nottingham Trent University three nominations in the Guardian University Awards 2015.
So what is Apple TV?
Apple TV is a system which allows you to connect an Apple device (ipad, iphone or Mac) to the presenter screen thereby allowing others to view the screen cast.
This was my first SEDA conference so it was a new experience and an opportunity to meet some new faces.