Adding images to learning resources can help with learning, but legally usable images can be hard to find … Check these posts for some sources and information about legal use: Finding Images on the Web and CC-BY or CC-BY-NC Today, the tweet above caught my eye. The site: https://redstagfulfillment.com/free-stock-photo-resources/ profiled, lists 85 other sites that collect… continue reading »
Do you want to learn more about educational, office, business, or hobby software? Where do you go? The University has made access to Lynda.com free through ITS.
Are you using blogging for education, pedagogy, research? Would you like to participate in a Twitter Conference? PressEDConf18 is the place to be … Contributions due 23 February 2018. Conference starts 2200h 29 March 2018 (1000h 29 March 2018 British Summer Time) Participate by following the hashtag #pressedconf18 More info at https://pressedconf.org/ Want some… continue reading »
As teachers, having video and images that help convey clinical material is invaluable. It’s not possible for every student to see every procedure, or to provide one-on-one tutorials every time someone needs a refresher. There are multiple sources of these resources online, but the most easily found (e.g., YouTube or Google image search) sometimes… continue reading »
This awesome website lets you create interactive HTML-5 activities and iframe them into your moodle courses.