Audience response system · Classroom technology · Curation · Social Media

#483 Hootfeed to share your tweets

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

Curation · Data literacy · Digital research and scholarship · Information literacy · Working with Data · Writing

#476 Mendeley: quickly add citations to your work [2/2]

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/

Curation · Data literacy · Digital research and scholarship · Information literacy · Working with Data · Writing

#472 Mendeley: store and organise your references [1/2]

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/

Curation · Digital communication · Digital creation · Digital research and scholarship · Mobile · Padlet · Social Media

#470 Padlet Catscan: Digitise your sticky notes

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

#ios · android · Curation · Digital creation · Digital research and scholarship · Google · Google Chrome · Timesavers · Top tip

#466 Google Keep

Google Keep is an amazing little app to organise your thoughts. It has all the features of a notes app but it also has some interesting tools to make note keeping even easier: Record a voice memo and Keep will transcribe it Add drawings to annotate images Create a to-do list with tasks to tick… Continue reading #466 Google Keep

Communication / Collaboration · Curation · Digital creation · Digital identity management · Social Media

#449 Beautiful story telling with Shorthand Social

Shorthand Social is a free to use storytelling tool, which integrates into your Twitter account. You can create beautifully, visual stories using text, images and video. Each section is translated into a tweet to help promote your story, and the whole thing can be turned into a visual link to embed into a blog.  Give… Continue reading #449 Beautiful story telling with Shorthand Social

Curation · Digital research and scholarship · Google Chrome · Searching Skills

#427 Google Scholar “cited by” search to find relevant recent research

Google Scholar has lots of useful tips and tricks to help with your research. In this video we have a look at the “cited by” search option and the “related article” search. The cited by search shows you all the articles Google Scholar can find that have cited your original paper. This is a great… Continue reading #427 Google Scholar “cited by” search to find relevant recent research