Classroom technologies · Classroom technology · Digital creation · Digital participation · Distance Learning · Formative assessment · Quiz tools

#334 Formative [3/3]: Viewing and exporting results

In the last couple of posts on Formative, we have explored how to create and share a quiz. In this post we will look at how you can view and export the results (and mark any free-text answers). Featured Image: “Old Trafford score board” by  Cheekablue licenced under CC BY-NC-ND 2.0

Classroom technologies · Classroom technology · Digital creation · Digital participation · Distance Learning · Quiz tools

#330 Formative [2/3]: How to share your Quiz

In the last post we explored getting started with Formative and how to create your quiz. In this post, we’ll look at how you can share your Quiz with your students. Featured Image: “20110410-IMG_0969” by Martin Robson licenced under CC BY-SA 2.0

Communication / Collaboration · Digital communication · Moodle

#310 Using the Moodle Feedback Activity? Share questions using templates

We covered the confusingly named Feedback Activity in Moodle a few posts ago, see: #160 Moodle Feedback [1/2]: An easy way to survey your students! You use the Feedback Activity for creating student surveys in Moodle. One way to share a good survey with colleagues, is to set it as a template. Featured Image: “Templates” by Volpin… Continue reading #310 Using the Moodle Feedback Activity? Share questions using templates

ICT proficiency · Information literacy · Outlook · Timesavers · Top tip

#161 Reply to an email with a meeting request in Outlook

Did you know that you can reply to an email with a meeting request in Outlook? This is a quick and easy way to get a meeting in your diary with the person who emailed you. Also, by using the Scheduling Assistant you can quickly see at a glance when that person is free, which… Continue reading #161 Reply to an email with a meeting request in Outlook

Communication / Collaboration · Curation · Digital collaboration · Digital research and scholarship · Distance Learning · OneNote

#154 Introducing OneNote, your online notebook

If you are a Window’s user, you’ll find OneNote is a handy tool for keeping all your research notes, meeting minutes and to do lists handy. OneNote is like a big box folder, which contains file dividers and pages within it, but unlike a box folder, it’s really easy to share and collaborate on the… Continue reading #154 Introducing OneNote, your online notebook

Data literacy · Digital identity management · Digital research and scholarship · Distance Learning · ICT proficiency · PowerPoint

#152 Remove all notes from your PowerPoint in one go!

There’s lots of different reasons why you might be using the notes feature in PowerPoint. It could be for reminders, extra information, or even a full script. Sometimes however, you do not want to share your notes when sharing your slides. In this #1minuteCPD video (suggested via an anonymous tip off through the Share your… Continue reading #152 Remove all notes from your PowerPoint in one go!