Just for my blog readers, here is a sample lesson from my upcoming Teaching with Technology - Improving your Presentations course, which will be published on Udemy.com, and Skillshare by the weekend (12/13th August). This lesson is the introduction to Office Mix lesson. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=csOETqqyoDo
I am pleased to announce that the new Teaching with Technology 1 – Improving your Presentations course is nearly complete. I have had 2 test videos, screen recording (used in my lessons) and a talking head video reviewed by Udemy and ive made the appropriate changes based upon their feedback. I expect the course to…… Continue reading New “Improving your Presentations” course nearing completion!
This morning i have begun screen recording the lessons in my new, Teaching with Technology – Improving your Presentations course. There are three main sections: 1. Improving presentations using Microsoft PowerPoint 2. Improving presentations using Microsoft Office Mix 3. Improving presentations using Microsoft Sway I hope to have recordings complete by the end of the…… Continue reading Recording begins on new Improving your Presentations Course!
Just for blog readers, here is some free content – the Newsletter plugin for Moodle! https://www.udemy.com/moodle-plugins/?couponCode=2BLOGREADERS – Plugins course only £10 !!!!!
I have to begin this blog post with an apology – I have been extremely busy at work (my real job at Queen Mary University of London, Institute of Dentistry – im the E-Resources Manager!) and so haven’t had much chance to post on my blog. After the release of my two Moodle courses on…… Continue reading Work Work Work……
I thought i might treat my blog readers to a free H5P plugin video, which shows you how to use H5P interactive videos. H5p is my favourite plugin in Moodle - If you want to find out more about Moodle Plugins, click here.
Great article from Leonard Houx, an Instructional Designer from Cass Business School, who I regularly run into at Moodle MUGGL London and M25 Learning Technology meetings! https://www.theguardian.com/higher-education-network/2017/may/11/digital-learning-how-to-keep-your-students-switched-on