In this third and final series of looking at iMovie for iOS – we take you through the basics of making a trailer. If you’ve missed the other videos you can see the first one here Featured image by Pixabay is licensed under CC0 Advertisements
In this second series of 3 of iMovie for iOS we go through the basics of creating a movie using pictures and video footage. We’ll also show you how to add a title – all in one minute!! Missed this first post about iMovie see it here Featured image from Wikimedia Commons
If you have an iPhone and/or iPad then you should be making use of Siri – the built-in personal assistant who can assist you in lots of different ways (or provide some entertainment). Activate Siri by keeping your finger on the home key then speaking a command or on new models you may be able… Continue reading #255 Hey Siri: iPhone and iPad Shortcuts
Dragon Dictation is a great piece of software (app) for voice recognition. Just simply speak your email, letter or essay and Dragon will transcribe it for you with great accuracy. You can then export the text easily in to most applications. Give it a try! Featured image by Pixabay licenced under CC0
Have you taken some great videos or photos on your iPhone or iPad , but not sure how to free them? (other devices are available!) In this video I’ll show you how to release your photos and videos off your iPad or iPhone onto a laptop or PC, so you can use them in your teaching (and… Continue reading #86 Get your photos/videos off your iPad!
I was looking to put together a quick guide on some of the free screecasting tools available to use. However, luckily for me, Learning Technologies at the University of Sheffield have already beaten me to it with an excellent post on Screencasting for free. So if you want to learn more about Quicktime Player, Screencast-o-matic, Screencastle, Jing or Camtasia Studio… Continue reading #7 A beginner’s guide to screencasting