This is a great time saving tip for anyone who uses Excel. If you have a number of columns or rows which you’d like to be the same width as the contents of the cells, this nifty trick shows you how to resize them all in a couple of clicks.
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
In this post, we show you how to schedule your Tweets directly on Twitter. No third party app required.
If you use MS Forms a lot, you might find it useful to explore the Collections feature, which works like a folder for your forms. It’s really easy to get set up, just don’t forget you need to be in the “All my forms” area to see your collections. Take a look at this short… Continue reading #661 All your MS Forms in a muddle? Here’s how to get them organised!
Mentimeter has a great feature which enables you to generate live, cross-tabular style analysis as your students respond to your polls. This provides you with a really interesting way to explore potential relationships and patterns within how your students respond to questions, in live time! This can be used a way of sparking further discussion,… Continue reading #651 Fancy doing a live cross tab analysis with your polls? Menti can help with that!
Google Chrome have added a new useful feature as an alternative to bookmarking. If like me, you bookmark web pages that you would like to read at a later date, you can now add them to a dedicated ‘Reading list’ instead of them getting lost in your bookmarks. Then you can see what is read… Continue reading #643 Reading list in Google Chrome
This is the third in the Well Sorted series. In this video, we will look at step 4, which is viewing the results… You can also view this Well Sorted playlist on YouTube for more detail on each step. Photo by Nick Fewings on Unsplash
This is the second in the Well Sorted series. In this video, we will look at step 3, which is sorting ideas into themes… You can also view this Well Sorted playlist on YouTube for more detail on each step. Photo by Camille San Vicente on Unsplash
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
Well Sorted is a free web-based tool to help you organise ideas into themes. The website suggests that the tool can be used to help set meeting agendas by letting attendees suggest ideas for discussion beforehand and then allowing the attendees to group the ideas into themes. It could also be used in teaching and… Continue reading #623 Get organised with Well Sorted [1/3]: Set up and add sorting options