iSpring allows you to produce interactive learning tools from your PowerPoint slides. It is far more than a simple file converter, however, as it gives you the power to create timelines, scenario-based learning objects and more, then publish to the web or embed them in Blackboard. Caroline’s presentation below was produced using iSpring, so you […]
Talking the Digital Habitat into Being This seminar, the first in the Learning@Lunch series, is given by Andrew Whitworth, Director or Teaching and Learning Strategy, Manchester Institute of Education, University of Manchester.
The online learning resources for this month introduce four tools that offer different ways of presenting learning materials to your students.
The 1 Minute CPD for this month shows you a quick tip to improve your podcast lectures. You may be used to using a laser pointer to show what you’re referring to on-slide, but this will not be captured for the podcast version. This video will show you how to use a pointer that will […]
The priority for April 2017, our first month, is Digital Literacy. The meaning of this term has varied somewhat since it was first used as technology has moved on and become ever more integrated into our daily lives, but its essence as the skills and understanding needed to use technology competently, ethically and appropriately remains […]