Monthly Archives: March 2013

Exploiting existing video resources and creating new ones

This blog post consists of notes from the recent workshop: ‘Exploiting existing video resources’. This workshop was the second in the ‘Teaching with your iPad’ series. The learning objectives for this session were to be able to: locate resources for … Continue reading

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Scoop.it for iPad resources

I have been using the social curator Scoop.it to collect a range of articles and websites with relevance to teaching with an iPad. To access this, please go to: http://www.scoop.it/t/ipads-in-university-lecturing Lots of interesting information there!

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Media Enhanced Learning Special Interest Group iPad workshop

I was recently fortunate enough to attend a day workshop with the Media Enhanced Learning Special Interest Group (MELSIG). The workshop explored the growing use of iPads in higher education teaching and looked at the use of particular apps, how … Continue reading

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Presenting with your iPad

This blog post consists of notes from the first of the ‘Teaching with your iPad’ workshops focussed on the Keynote and Keynote remote apps. Keynote is similar to PowerPoint and allows you to create presentations on your iPad or edit … Continue reading

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Why use iPads in higher education?

The Faculty of Life Sciences at The University of Manchester launched a series of workshops on Tuesday entitled ‘Teaching with your iPad’. The aim of the workshop series is to equip teaching staff with the skills to use their iPad … Continue reading

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