everything in 'Intermediate Tutorials'

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Intermediate tutorials are aimed at those who are taking things a step further, who may have already worked with the topic or technology and now want to achieve more. Some prior experiences is usually required, but only enough to know that you want to do more.

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Writing Online Articles

Writing Online Articles

Wed, October 29, 2014

Writing articles for reading online Writing content for online consumption presents additional challenges and considerations to that of preparing 'normal' documents like Word or PDF. We need to think about all sorts of aspects, and have a... - read the full entry | Filed in the 'Tutorials' section

Why Use Twitter?

Why Use Twitter?

Fri, July 04, 2014

  Twitter - what's all the fuss about?   Twitter, like Facebook, seems to be one of those 21st century phenomena which polarises opinion. Read the comments following any article in a newspaper about social media and you can... - read the full entry | Filed in the 'Tutorials' section

Thinking about Accessibility

Thinking about Accessibility

Tue, May 27, 2014

Accessibility matters In an e-learning context, accessibility can be seen in simple terms as making sure that as many people as possible can access and engage with your content and activities, irrespective of their abilities or... - read the full entry | Filed in the 'Tutorials' section

Teaching and Learning with Turnitin

Teaching and Learning with Turnitin

Wed, November 27, 2013

  What can Turnitin do for teaching and learning? Many universities use a software called Turnitin to help their teaching staff assess the originality (or otherwise) of the written work submitted by their students. Mention Turnitin to most... - read the full entry | Filed in the 'Tutorials' section

Finding the right blend in lectures

Finding the right blend in lectures

Thu, October 31, 2013

  The Lecture is dead. Long live the lecture! Why change the habit of a lifetime? If it ain’t broke, why fix it? Looking up from your lecture notes, you might have noticed that instead of a sea of eager faces hanging on your every... - read the full entry | Filed in the 'Tutorials' section

YouTube Resources

YouTube Resources

Wed, October 16, 2013

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 relied upon as factual, others are the exact opposite. What you might not know is that while many... - read the full entry | Filed in the 'Tutorials' section

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