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#547 Listen to your writing with Word

A great way to proof read work is to hear the words out loud. Word has an awesome feature that allows you to listen to your words being spoken, straight from the desktop application. Watch the video to find out how:   Featured image: CCO from Pixabay https://pixabay.com/illustrations/communication-head-balloons-man-1991850/

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#527 Immersive Reader: visual and grammar options [2/2]

In #522, we introduced the immersive reader. In this post we explore this further by looking at the visual and grammar options within the tool. Watch the video to find out more. Featured image: CCO from Pixabay https://pixabay.com/photos/swan-water-swim-head-under-water-4017568/

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#522 Immersive reader: Introduction [1/2]

The immersive reader is a fantastic tool that is available within many of the O365 applications. Great for learners at all levels, it offers a range of features that allow you to engage with the writing of others, or improve your own writing. Watch the video to find out how to access the tool and… Continue reading #522 Immersive reader: Introduction [1/2]

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#517 Tired of typing? Try the dictation feature in O365

Sometimes it is easier to speak, rather than type what it is that we want to write. Now you can dictate directly in Word Online, without having to install anything. I have been using it for a few weeks now and it has been very good at recognising what I say, even with my northern… Continue reading #517 Tired of typing? Try the dictation feature in O365

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#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/

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#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/