#1minuteCPD · Browsers · Firefox · Google Chrome · ICT proficiency · Images · Internet Explorer · JISC: 6 elements of digital capability · Media literacy · Timesavers · Top tip · Video

#548 ZamZar: Online File Conversion

Zamzar is a browser based file conversion software – it provides the ability to convert to a whole range of file formats. It is free (up to a few conversions per day) or there’s a paid version providing unlimited conversions. Image is CC0 which has been taken from here

#1minuteCPD · ICT proficiency · Microsoft Office · Uncategorized · Word · Writing

#547 Listen to your writing with Word

A great way to proof read work is to hear the words out loud. Word has an awesome feature that allows you to listen to your words being spoken, straight from the desktop application. Watch the video to find out how:   Featured image: CCO from Pixabay https://pixabay.com/illustrations/communication-head-balloons-man-1991850/

#1minuteCPD · #iOS · Apple · Digital identity and wellbeing (self-actualising) · ICT proficiency · Images · JISC: 6 elements of digital capability · Mobile · Top tip

#543 What the HEIC !? Convert HEIC to JPG

Some of the newer iPhones have started saving pictures that you take as a HEIC format. There’s a few ways of converting these to jpg and here’s one that I tend to use. Visit ZamZar.com This video will show you one of the ways in which you can convert the HEIC format to JPG Image… Continue reading #543 What the HEIC !? Convert HEIC to JPG

#1minuteCPD · Digital creation · mmutube · Uncategorized · Video

#542 Add hotspots to your videos with Kaltura

Kaltura has a range of features that can be accessed through the mmutube platform. In this video, I will demonstrate how to add a hotspot to a video. This can be a really useful way of sharing a link to some information that you are talking about in a timely manner. You can also link… Continue reading #542 Add hotspots to your videos with Kaltura

#1minuteCPD · Information literacy · JISC: 6 elements of digital capability · MMU: ISS Themes · Moodle · Moodle use, organisation and content · Top tip

#538 OneTopic format in Moodle

Another method of reducing the amount of scrolling in Moodle on an area is to use the OneTopic format. This places tabs at the top of the page which represents topics or weeks. Instead of showing everything at once, it’s broken down in to topics. There’s less scrolling for your users. Image by OpenClipart-Vectors from… Continue reading #538 OneTopic format in Moodle