#654 Microsoft OneNote Accessibility Checker

In this video I’ll demonstrate the accessibility checker within Microsoft One note – it’s a quick, handy easy-to-use tool.

#652 Google search tips

Most of us use Google every day as part of our web searches and research. Many of us have only scratched the surface of the […]

#650 Canva: Fun keyboard shortcuts for presenting

Want to add a bit of fun to your presentation? Canva has just the thing! Whilst in presentation mode, pressing various keys will add magic […]

#649 Change custom titles and subtitles in Medium

If you use Medium and have edited a post title, you may have noticed that the preview of your post still shows the old title […]

#648 Paragraph indentation in Word

If you need to automatically create a ‘First’ or ‘Hanging’ indentation in Word, this is the post for you. It’s a handy tool for writing […]

#647 Share an ad-free YouTube link

Often we like to share videos with students from YouTube. Annoyingly, we get pre-video ads and recommended videos. By adding a quick bit of text […]

#646 Digitise printed tables in Excel (or from screens)

I remember back to doing dissertations and digitising tables was a long hand task of manually creating them using Excel and extracting data from books […]

#645 Teams: Using Microsoft Whiteboard to facilitate an exit ticket activity

The Whiteboard function in Microsoft Teams has recently had an update. It now has a range of templates to help you quickly put together a […]

#644 – Microsoft Class Notebook – accessibility options – dictation

In this short video I’ll show you the great dictate featre within Microsoft OneNote – it allows you to dictate straight into the app and […]

#643 Reading list in Google Chrome

Google Chrome have added a new useful feature as an alternative to bookmarking. If like me, you bookmark web pages that you would like to […]

#5MinuteReflection 10: Tools for co-creation

In my current role, I have done a lot of lots of work on student-staff partnerships and written about it on Student and Teaching Engagement […]

#642 Automating Microsoft Forms with Microsoft lists

Apologies…this is slightly over our 1 minute today….but I hope I am forgiven. Microsoft forms are great but occasionally you may want to do something […]

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