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Content and Creativity

Content and Creativity

A short piece on content and creativity, for an upcoming seminar given as part of the Holloway Arts festival 2014 The New Consumer Creators: curation and creation in digital worlds The greatest challenge today is in how we deal with all the information currently... Read the full entry | Filed in the 'Blog' section

YouTube Resources

YouTube Resources

YouTube is an incredibly useful resource for all kinds of tutorials, documentaries and media showreels. If you're not using it, you should be YouTube is incredible Students always tell us how useful they find YouTube. While some of the videos are rough and ready, poor quality and not to be... Read the full entry | Filed in the 'Tutorials' section

Creating Content for the Ematrix

Creating Content for the Ematrix

This short guide lets you know how to get the most out of the Ematrix when you create an entry for the site General Principles If you're intending to write some content for the Ematrix, please read the guidelines below to get the most out of the site.... Read the full entry | Filed in the 'Tutorials' section

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YouTube Resources

YouTube Resources

YouTube is an incredibly useful resource for all kinds of tutorials, documentaries and media showreels. If you're not using it, you should be YouTube is incredible Students always tell us how useful they find YouTube. While some of the videos are rough and ready, poor quality and not to be... Read the full entry | Filed in the 'Tutorials' section

Credits

Credits

This page credits the resources we have used to develop the site. It links clearly (whenever possible) to the source, and states the relevant licence Author Team Laura Hambly (TBA) Laura is the lead content author for the Expertise channel, and has created more than fifty articles for the... Read the full entry | Filed in the 'Assorted Content' section

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Credits

Credits

This page credits the resources we have used to develop the site. It links clearly (whenever possible) to the source, and states the relevant licence Author Team Laura Hambly (TBA) Laura is the lead content author for the Expertise channel, and has created more than fifty articles for the... Read the full entry | Filed in the 'Assorted Content' section

Learn to Prezi

Learn to Prezi

This tutorial will guide you through the basics of the Prezi presentation tool, free for educators. Prezi works with Mac and PC, online and offline. Prezi is marvellous. Students love to use Prezi, and staff, once they get the hang of it, think it's fab.  In fact, as a soft skill toteach... Read the full entry | Filed in the 'Tutorials' section

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‘Openness’ in education

‘Openness’ in education

Open education is big news e.g. Open Educational Resources, Open Data, MOOCs or the 'Academic Spring' - but what does openness mean for Higher Ed? What do we mean by 'open'? You might have heard or read recently about Open education, perhaps in relation to Massive Open Online Courses... Read the full entry | Filed in the 'Tutorials' section

Making sense of MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses)

Making sense of MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses)

You've probably seen some of the hype surrounding MOOCs recently, but what exactly are MOOCs and do they matter? Entering the MOOC maze... There has been a huge amount of hype about Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) recently, with some people arguing that... Read the full entry | Filed in the 'Tutorials' section

Credits

Credits

This page credits the resources we have used to develop the site. It links clearly (whenever possible) to the source, and states the relevant licence Author Team Laura Hambly (TBA) Laura is the lead content author for the Expertise channel, and has created more than fifty articles for the... Read the full entry | Filed in the 'Assorted Content' section

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