Communication / Collaboration · Digital collaboration · Digital creation · Media literacy · Uncategorized · Video

#494 Collaborate with Kaltura

At Manchester Met we have a video hosting service called MMUTube, which is provided by Kaltura. Recently I have discovered the collaboration feature, which means you can set up colleagues as co-editors or publishers of your content, very handy when you are working in a team! Featured image CCO shared via Pixabay Advertisements

Media literacy · Social Media · Timesavers · Top tip · YouTube

#493 YouTube: Scheduled video

In youtube you can schedule a release time for a private video. So you can set its availability on a certain date at a certain time. This is particularly useful for blog posts or event teasers that you may want to create before hand but avoid people stumbling across them by accident.   Photo by Jakob… Continue reading #493 YouTube: Scheduled video

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#492 OneNote: Quickly create multiple pages from a list

In #154 we introduced you to OneNote, a great tool for keeping your notes organised. In this post, we show you how you can create multiple pages at once from a list, saving you some of your very valuable time. Featured image: CCO from Pixabay https://pixabay.com/en/alarm-clock-time-of-good-morning-2116007/ 

Digital creation · Digital innovation · Distance Learning · Video

#491 Virtual Reality on YouTube

Virtual Reality (VR) seems to be everywhere at the moment. Last week I spent an hour at a VR demo and to say I was blown away was an understatement. I took a trip to Mars, visited a battlefield and saw a Nigel De Grasse lecture brought to life all from the comfort of a… Continue reading #491 Virtual Reality on YouTube

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#488 Branched Microsoft Forms

Microsoft forms allows you to create branched forms where you can direct respondents depending on there responses. This allows you to present questions based on the input of previous questions creating more sophisticated interactions. This simple example shows you how you can get started. Photo by Zach Reiner on Unsplash