Information, tips and forms
Filming with camcorders, tablets and smartphones
Photo and video permission form
Media consent form
Using audio feedback – (2013-14)
SHU brand guidelines
Marketing image library
Occupational Therapy Assessments list and descriptions.
Photostory3– User guide (Courtesy of David Jakes ITC, Community High School Dist 99 Il, USA)
Qwizdom – Getting started guide.
Manuals – Full manuals for other equipment can be obtained from Technical Resources (F306). Please contact us to see if these are available.
e-learning at Sheffield Hallam
Health & Wellbeing Technology Enhanced Learning blog
SHU Library Hacks
Padlet – group collaborative software
Presentation software Prezi (Education package)
Audiojungle – music website
Pixabay – free high quality images, illustrations and vector graphics.
All images and videos on Pixabay are released free of copyrights under Creative Commons CC0. You may download, modify, distribute, and use them royalty-free for anything you like, even in commercial applications. Attribution is not required.
Create custom patient simulator scenarios
To create a custom patient simulator scenario you can fill in the Scenario worksheet and a member of the technical team can work with you to get the scenario up and running on the manikins.
On the form each ‘State’ can be whatever you like e.g. ‘given oxygen’ the next section is how you would like the manikin to respond e.g. SpO2 = 98%.
Tip – You can use multiple pages for longer scenarios.
Once you have completed your worksheet, save and upload to the technical team using the Contact Us page of the site.
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