Posts tagged "Twitter"


Using cell comments in Excel (13)

Respect at NTU. Give it. Get it. Expect it: Using social media effectively


In support of NTU’s Respect & Consent agenda, this is the second of three blog posts we’ll be publishing this week looking at social media and digital identity.

Pebbles embedded in cement

NOW Tips and Tricks: Embedding Twitter timelines now even easier


The process of getting embed code for a number of differing types of Twitter feeds has become simpler, this code can then be used for featuring twitter content in a NOW learning room.
The Twitter hosted URL  https://publish.twitter.

Using cell comments in Excel (3)

OER16: Open Culture conference @ the University of Edinburgh


Last week I spent a sunny two days at the OER16: Open Culture Conference hosted by the Association for Learning Technology (ALT) at the University of Edinburgh.

Waverley Station & Princes Street, Edinburgh   Image by R.

Rules (14)

Get involved in Safer Internet Day 9 February 2016


Did you know that Tuesday 9 February 2016 is Safer Internet Day?

What is Safer Internet Day?
Beginning as a European initiative, Safer Internet Day (SID) is now celebrated in more than 100 countries worldwide.

Digital Footprint FOR BLOG

Guest blog: Digital Footprints by Cami Makunganya


This week we are delighted to welcome Cami Makunganya, a Year 10 student who is spending a week here at NTU on work experience.  We challenged him to research and write a guest blog post about Digital Footprints.

Collection image by Kirill Ulitin from the Noun Project

Digital Practice in October


A busy start to the academic year has meant that’s it’s been a while since we’ve done a round up of what’s been happening on the blog and in the Digital Practice team.

On the Digital Practice Blog- Round-Up


The digital practice blog has been going for almost six months now (where has the time gone?) and we’re introducing a new feature this month.

microlearning with twitter

Daily social micro-learning with Twitter


How about getting involved in a daily social-learning activity?

It’s happening in Twitter and is a really convenient way to learn and share something new every day in less than 15 mins, and make new connections, too!  It’s being run by The Cen

Twitter for teaching: 1. Getting started


In this series, we’ll give practical examples of how you can use Twitter in your teaching to support learning.  We’ll start at the beginning: Getting started with Twitter.