Artificial Intelligence · Assessment · Digital communication · Digital creation · Digital innovation

#705 Intrigued by the rise of AI? Have a play!

Open AI /Chat GPT has been in the news a lot recently, particularly with the implications that these enhanced chat bots could prove to be the death knell of the more traditional assessment methods. I’ve been playing with Chat GPT recently, it’s free to use and explore and gives you a sense of where the… Continue reading #705 Intrigued by the rise of AI? Have a play!

#1minuteCPD · Assessment · Audience response system · Classroom Technologies · Classroom technology · Digital communication, collaboration and participation (participating) · Formative assessment · MMU: ISS Themes

#688 Vevox Quizzes: Generating a results report

In this latest series of Vevox, we’ll show you how to generate a results report so you can gain some insights into the quiz.

#1minuteCPD · Assessment · Assessment · Audience response system · Classroom Technologies · Classroom technology · Digital communication, collaboration and participation (participating) · Formative assessment · JISC: 6 elements of digital capability · MMU: ISS Themes · Quiz tools

#682 Creating your first question in Vevox

In an earlier post we looked at Vevox as an overview. In this post we’ll briefly take you through the process of creating a question. The next post will take you through the answering and results process.

#1minuteCPD · Assessment · Audience response system · Browsers · Classroom Technologies · Classroom technology · Digital communication, collaboration and participation (participating) · Formative assessment · JISC: 6 elements of digital capability · MMU: ISS Themes · Quiz tools

#678 Overview of Vevox

Vevox is a great Polling and Q&A tool that integrates into PowerPoint. Although it’s a paid subscription it’s certainly worth it for the ease of integrating some great question polling and audience participation features in to a PowerPoint. Participants just need to access a website (or download the app) to take part. This first of… Continue reading #678 Overview of Vevox

Assessment · Digital communication · Digital creation · Digital research and scholarship

#669 Use Canva to create impactful infographics in a flash

Need to create an inforgaphic or a research poster and not sure where to start? Canva has a selection of free to use templates that you can edit and customise with your own data, to create great looking designs quickly and easily. There’s lots of things you can do with Canva, and the below gives… Continue reading #669 Use Canva to create impactful infographics in a flash

#1minuteCPD · Communication / Collaboration · Digital collaboration · Digital communication, collaboration and participation (participating) · Formative assessment · Teams

#645 Teams: Using Microsoft Whiteboard to facilitate an exit ticket activity

The Whiteboard function in Microsoft Teams has recently had an update. It now has a range of templates to help you quickly put together a collaborative activity for students. In this video we show you how to use it to create an exit ticket activity: Featured image: CCO from Pixabay https://pixabay.com/photos/background-concert-music-tickets-219668/

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#632 Mentimeter is in the Team

A couple of weeks ago saw some new developments with Mentimeter. You can now add a Menti app directly into teams. The menti blog explains in detail HERE. Now you dont have to screen juggle in teams. You add the Mentimeter tab. Your audience click the Menti tab in the menu bar. Enter the code… Continue reading #632 Mentimeter is in the Team

Communication / Collaboration · Digital collaboration · Digital innovation · Digital research and scholarship · Formative assessment · Google Chrome · Information literacy · Working with Data

#625 Hypothes.is [2/2]: Annotating PDFs in your browser

As we saw in #621 Hypothes.is [1/2]: Make reading active, visible, and social, Hypothes.is is a powerful digital tool for annotating webpages and especially social annotation as a group. As well as annotating web pages, you can also annotate PDFs as a group. Watch this video to show you how: For more ideas on how… Continue reading #625 Hypothes.is [2/2]: Annotating PDFs in your browser