Audience response system · Classroom technology · Curation · Digital communication · Digital participation · Digital research and scholarship · Distance Learning · iPad

#633 Get organised with Well Sorted [3/3]: View the results

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

Audience response system · Classroom technology · Curation · Digital communication · Digital participation · Digital research and scholarship · Distance Learning · iPad

#630 Get organised with Well Sorted [2/3]: Sorting ideas into themes

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

Audience response system · Classroom technology · Curation · Digital communication · Digital participation · Digital research and scholarship · Distance Learning · iPad

#623 Get organised with Well Sorted [1/3]: Set up and add sorting options

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

#5MinuteReflection · Communication / Collaboration · Digital communication, collaboration and participation (participating) · Digital identity management · Moodle

#5MinuteReflection 6: Fed up with student emails? Tips for alternative communications.

A common complaint we hear from our academic colleagues, is how to manage a never-ending tide of student emails. In this #5MinuteReflection we cover some tips to help move students away from emails and onto more efficient communication methods. What are our students saying? Every year at Manchester Met, the TEL team conducts a thematic… Continue reading #5MinuteReflection 6: Fed up with student emails? Tips for alternative communications.

Firefox · Google Chrome · ICT proficiency · Timesavers

#436 Simple Gmail Notes

Simple Gmail Notes is a free and easy to use Chrome extension that allows you to better organise your Google Mail. You can add notes to individual Gmail conversations, store notes in your own Google Drive and add notes to your Google Calendar. This is useful to if you want to digitally stick a post-it… Continue reading #436 Simple Gmail Notes

Communication / Collaboration · Information literacy · Timesavers

#320 Fantastical [1/3]: Adding a calendar

Do you need to mix and match calendars? Need to blend a work calendar with a project calendar or blend project calendars? Fantastical might be the answer. It is a paid for app on OS X or iOS and has some nifty features. This video shows how you can add in a calendar feed. Featured… Continue reading #320 Fantastical [1/3]: Adding a calendar

Digital collaboration · Digital creation

#281 Organise your brain with Workflowy [1/2]: An introduction

Do you love making lists like me? Well things just went to a whole new level with Workflowy! Workflowy is a really powerful way to make your notes work for you. It’s free (limited by the number of items you create per month in your list – get more items by referring friends) and easy… Continue reading #281 Organise your brain with Workflowy [1/2]: An introduction