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Control access in Google Drive
Want to give someone access to a folder or document for a time-limited period? Want to create a shared folder with students for assessment, with the ability to turn off access after submission deadline automatically? This Google Script may just … Continue reading
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Want original images, royalty free?
OK so unless you are an ace photographer with a lot of time and patience, chances are you won’t have a host of stunning high quality images to hand. Unsplash.com are offering Free (do whatever you want) high-resolution photos. 10 … Continue reading
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Create QR Codes
What are they? QR codes are like a online barcode that consists of a mix of squares, which act as a link to a webpage. These codes can be scanned via smart devices and the person scanning the code will … Continue reading
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Bring presentations to life
Create stunning animated video presentations in minutes What is it? A free app that allows you to create a presentation, with an option to record a narrative over the top, allowing you to create simple, yet effective resources in … Continue reading
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Mobile Apps? Tablets in the Classroom? What App?
Is this what you see when you look at your students? Do you want to utilise more mobile technology in the classroom? Following the introduction of iPads into the classroom for academic year 2013/14, we now have a significant … Continue reading
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Filming every angle
GoPro cameras have been around for a few years now, allowing the adventurous to capture their exploits in high resolution video. The latest incarnation has added Wi-Fi allowing the user to activate the camera from an app that can be … Continue reading
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Google Apps are here, what does this mean for me?
The elearningatSHU blog, has published a post about a very significant development at SHU with respect to staff access to the Google Apps suite of services. You can read all about it here: http://elearningatshu.wordpress.com/2013/09/30/introducing-google-apps/
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Artificial intelligence for all
Check out Professor Adrian Hopgood’s Professorial Lecture on Artificial Intelligence for All Click here to view the lecture This was recorded in 2012
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Workshops to contribute to the development of a framework to enhance teaching through technology
Workshops to contribute to the development of a framework to enhance teaching through technology. via Workshops to contribute to the development of a framework to enhance teaching through technology.
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New starter in the TEL Team
We would like to welcome Tamsin Carr to the e-learning team here at Sheffield Business School. Tamsin will fill the vacant role of E-Learning Resource Assistant. Tamsin will be responsible primarily for facilitating the equipment loans for use in teaching and learning as … Continue reading
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