Digital creation · Digital innovation · Distance Learning · Top tip

#365 Atom: A free text editor

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

Distance Learning · Media literacy · PowerPoint · Top tip

#341 Hide a slide in PowerPoint

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

Distance Learning · Social Media · Social Media · Video

#338 Vimeo [1/2]: Your online, video storage site

Vimeo is a little like YouTube, where you can upload, follow and search for different video content. Vimeo is a great way to store and share videos as you have complete control over the privacy of the videos you upload and can password protect your videos (shown in next post). In this post we explore… Continue reading #338 Vimeo [1/2]: Your online, video storage site

Assessment · Assessment · Digital creation · Digital research and scholarship · Distance Learning · Google Chrome · Google Forms · Working with Data

#337 Create a quiz with Google Forms [4/4]: Sharing your quiz with students

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

Classroom technologies · Classroom technology · Digital creation · Digital participation · Distance Learning · Formative assessment · Quiz tools

#334 Formative [3/3]: Viewing and exporting results

In the last couple of posts on Formative, we have explored how to create and share a quiz. In this post we will look at how you can view and export the results (and mark any free-text answers). Featured Image: “Old Trafford score board” by  Cheekablue licenced under CC BY-NC-ND 2.0

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#333 Create a quiz with Google Forms [3/4]: Viewing the results

This is the third in our series on creating a quiz with Google Forms. In this post, we look at how you can view the results and download them to a Google sheet.