Monthly Archives: August 2020

Using Wakelet collections and spaces to curate personal and collaborative compilations

Wakelet is a free tool that enables the user to curate information from social networks to build social stories, bringing together a variety of different media that is scattered across the Web. It provides a space to then add an … Continue reading

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Building a taxonomy for digital learning

The QAA have published this useful article Building a taxonomy for digital learning that aims to build a common language to describe digital approaches of teaching and learning. Building a Taxonomy for Digital Learning defines and assesses the most common terms … Continue reading

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Getting started on Zoom and some tips on using it for teaching

For many Zoom video conferencing has been the go to tool for online meetings. Users using the free version have a 40 minute window. The Pro version allows you to sign in using your work credentials (user name and password).  … Continue reading

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Digital accessibility health check: points to consider

At least 1 in 5 people in the UK have a long term illness, impairment or disability. Many more have a temporary disability (Gov.uk). Making a website accessible means making sure it can be used by as many people as … Continue reading

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