In this video walk-through, we show you how you can use Word online to dictate your written feedback. Once dictated, you can then copy and paste the feedback into your feedback tool. Perfect for if you prefer talking to typing! You can even set it to do your punctuation automatically too.
Menti have added a new guided breathing slide, which you can embed into your presentations. This would be a good one to include in any revision sessions or assessment briefings. Really easy to set up, take a look:
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.
In this latest series of Microsoft Class Notebook videos we show you how to set up collaboration areas for different groups of students. Other students won’t be able to see the other groups. Image by Gerd Altmann from Pixabay
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
In this latest video in teh series of looking at Class Notebook, we’ll show you the easiest way to review student work. It also shows you to to lock student submissions so that they aren’t able to amend their work after submission. Image by athree23 from Pixabay
In this fourth instalment of our monthly #5minutereflection, we will look at Video resources to aid student achievement. Within the Science and Engineering faculty at Manchester Metropolitan University, we’re now two years into a project, initiated by the faculty PVC, Prof. Andy Gibson, to enhance the range of video support materials (aka screencasts) to support… Continue reading #5MinuteReflection 4: Video resources to support student achievement
In my job as a Learning Technologist at Manchester Metropolitan University I get asked about setting up the Moodle Gradebook and apply weightings to summative assessment. In this post we revisit how to do this in the current version of Moodle that’s used at Manchester Met University. Image is CC0 and is available here
Following on from our previous Sway posts (see Sway), in today’s video we look at exporting Sway to PDF or Word documents. This, in conjunction for being able to create templates, makes Sway an excellent option for people looking for a portfolio or online CV tool for students. One of the most common questions we… Continue reading #439 Export your Sway
Building on some of our earlier posts on Sway, Microsoft’s snazzy presentation tool, we are pleased to announce some very useful extra features. In this video we show how you can share a pre-populated Sway template with your students. If you work at Manchester Met, then you and your students all have access to Sway… Continue reading #437 Template your Sway