This one is a late Christmas present from me to you! It may not be relevant to you all but I thought I would share this text editor software with you as it has been my lifesaver this year. Atom is a really and intuitive text editor that I have been using to create HTML… Continue reading #365 Atom: A free text editor
Do you find it annoying moving files and folders using Windows Explorer? Why not use drag and drop! All you need to do is open two windows and drag and drop from one to the other. Let me show you in this short video…
Did you know that you can save a website URL to a Dropbox folder? Well now you do! This is really useful to keep all your resources in one place. No more saving your files in one place and your bookmarks in another! It’s really easy and will help you keep your files, folders and… Continue reading #353 Drag and drop URLs into a Dropbox folder
We all love something for nothing, don’t we? Unsplash is a website full of free high-resolution photos: All photos published on Unsplash are licensed under Creative Commons Zero which means you can copy, modify, distribute and use the photos for free, including commercial purposes, without asking permission from or providing attribution to the photographer or… Continue reading #349 Make a splash with Unsplash
Sometimes I find it really annoying when I’m editing and reviewing a document to see the white space between the pages as it just takes up valuable screen space. Using this quick tip you can quickly toggle between both as and when you need to. Featured image: “Light Space” by Sky Noir is licenced under CC… Continue reading #345 Get rid of the white space between your pages in Word!
This is a crafty tip to organise your PowerPoint presentations without having to maintain two versions of the same file. There may be some slides that you don’t want to delete from your presentation (you may need them later) or you have a slide with answers to your questions that you don’t want to show… Continue reading #341 Hide a slide in PowerPoint
This is the last in our series on creating a quiz with Google Forms. In this post, we look at how to share your quiz with your students and how you can embed it into a web page. Featured image: “Sharing” by ryancr is licenced under CC BY-NC 2.0