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#708 Overview of Clip Champ (Video editor)

In Windows 11 Microsoft have added a new Video Editor which has some pretty nifty features in comparison to the previous Video Editor. Some users complained about the lack of features in the previous editor and now some are saying they’ve made it too complicated – but never fear – 1minuteCPD are here to cover… Continue reading #708 Overview of Clip Champ (Video editor)

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#702 Creating quick polls in WhatsApp

Until very recently I didn’t know this was a thing I was sitting a little bored in a [n online]meeting and I stumbled across this little gem which amused a couple of other people I was chatting with as a sub-conversation. So I’d thought I’d share it with our fabulous 1minutecpd audience – and even… Continue reading #702 Creating quick polls in WhatsApp

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#629 Microsoft Class Notebook: Reviewing student work

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

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#625 Hypothes.is [2/2]: Annotating PDFs in your browser

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

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#621 Hypothes.is [1/2]: Make reading active, visible, and social

Hypothesis is a digital annotation tool that allows anyone to add, view, and respond to comments on pretty much any public webpage. It is a great tool and is available for free. To get started you need to sign up for a free account and add Hypothes.is to your browser. Once you’ve done that you… Continue reading #621 Hypothes.is [1/2]: Make reading active, visible, and social

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#619 Microsoft OneNote: Adding content to sections

In this series of OneNote and Class Notebook videos we look at how to add content and pages. Additionally we look at how to embed PDF documents within pages.

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#614 Setting up your Class NoteBook

In this video we go through the process of setting up your class notebook I’d really recommend downloading the OneNote for Windows 10 application which is available here: https://www.microsoft.com/en-gb/p/onenote-for-windows-10/9wzdncrfhvjl?activetab=pivot:overviewtab

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#609 Microsoft Class NoteBook: Overview

Microsoft Class Notebook is an underestimated communication collaborative tool that has the power to bring you and your students closer together in one application. It’s not only a notebook where students can write their own notes, but it’s a collaborative notebook where students can share handouts, create pages so that the whole class can contribute… Continue reading #609 Microsoft Class NoteBook: Overview