GreatBigStory is a really high quality video library created by researchers at CNN. They have helpfully organised their videos into Channels and Playlists, (Check out Tech and Science for example) and they also have a really good search function to help you find content. The videos are super slick and make a great resource to… Continue reading #541 Sometimes you just need a GreatBigStory to illustrate your point….
Milanote is an easy to use tool for organizing projects and ideas visually. You can write notes, upload files and images, tag websites, make to-do lists. If you have the phone app you can add notes and photos from your phone. You can also share and edit with collaborators in real time. Photo by Glenn… Continue reading #534 Organise Visually with Milanote
WeVideo is a great online, cloud based, video editor. It has a number of different pricing plans, including a limited feature Free plan. It’s a great application that’s not browser or device dependent. This video shows you a very quick overview. Find out more information at www.wevideo.com Image is CC0
Hootfeed is a great way to share a twitter search with your students or to view twitter discussions during a conference. It’s really quick and easy to set up and is based around a key word search or hashtag, it even has a built in profanity filter! You will need a Twitter account to use… Continue reading #483 Hootfeed to share your tweets
In #472 we introduced to Mendeley, a reference management tool. In this video, we will show you how to add in-text citations and a reference list to your work. Featured image: CCO from Pixabay https://pixabay.com/en/pencil-notes-chewed-paper-ball-1891732/
Mendeley is a reference management tool that allows you to store and organise your sources. This video will show you some of the main features of the Mendeley desktop application before demonstrating how quick and easy it is to add and annotate a journal article. Featured image: CCO from Pixabay https://pixabay.com/en/books-door-entrance-culture-1655783/
The Padlet app has a funky new beta feature called Catscan. Catscan converts your sticky notes or paper notes into a digital format and posts them to a Padlet board. It’s a great way to share ideas gathered in hard-copy. Why not have a play? At present this feature is only available in the Padlet… Continue reading #470 Padlet Catscan: Digitise your sticky notes