Category Apps for education

Meeting after the term’s work…

Yesterday, I met with the others in the Bolton street campus. Was nice to get outJ As it’s now nearly the end of term, it was a good time to reflect on how things have played out. From my perspective as an eLearning developer/learning technologist, it has been quite a rollercoaster. As identified by the […]

Random thots…

I have trawled through the App-store and Google-play for apps to try out and recommend to lecturers.  In truth, there are countless of such lists so I will just link to them rather than re-invent the wheel. Some of them are  paid while others are free. Given that in education, we often prefer the free […]

Tablet Screen share

This is a quick post as I know there was a question about screen sharing I promised to get back on in the last meeting. This week I ‘ve been looking for a solution to the challenge of trying to share your tablet screen to a pc. The first thing I have tried out is […]

Apps for research and academic writing

Referencing is an important part of  academic writing and  in higher education in general. It is also one that many students get wrong. Across the DIT, depending on subject area, there are various referencing styles in use. There are various guides from the DIT libraries on how to reference properly. For example, the ones here. […]