Multimedia Creative Commons

Whilst we all want to use engaging multimedia within our teaching it’s always good to be aware of copyright on such media. How can we […]

#590 Create professional science figures with BioRender

BioRender allows you to create professional science figures in minutes using thousands of pre-made icons and templates from more than 30 fields of life sciences. […]

#589 Free medical images with SMART

Servier Medical Art (SMART) has over 3000 free medical images that you can use to illustrate your publications and Powerpoint presentations. You can search using […]

#588 Flaticon: Over 3 million free icons!

Icons can be used in a range of different ways, from helping students to navigate your learning resources, to creating unity in your VLE’s with […]

#584 Need Icons? Use PowerPoint!

Ever find yourself in need of a set of icons? Not sure your graphic design skills are up to the job? Fear not! PowerPoint can […]

David Kelly’s Curated L&D Content for the Week of 7/6/20

In light of the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, this week’s resources continue to have the dual focus of providing resources that can help us navigate this […]

Sharing Student Research on Google Sites with Creative Commons

One of the great things about a project-based course is that students can bring fresh, creative angles to the standard topics in a field. Unfortunately, […]

#554 Free Photoshop editing with Photopea

Need Photoshop style editing but don’t have Creative Cloud. Plus you don’t have install rights on your PC or Mac. Photopea is an online picture […]

#553 Free pictures with Pexels

If you love Unsplash, then you are going to love Pexels too. Pexels is another stock photo website that provides high quality images for free! […]

#552 Canva: quickly add Pixabay images to your project

In #444 we introduced you to Canva, which allows you to quickly and easily create beautiful designs. Adding images to your designs is a really […]

#5MinuteReflection 3: Open Education Resources (OERs)

In the third instalment of our monthly #5minutereflection, we will look at Open Educational Resources (OERs). Open educational resources (OERs) are ‘free and openly licensed […]

What works and what doesn’t?

Re-reading an old post by Melissa Milloway, about her eLearning 10 pet-peeves, reminded my of a post I started and never finished last year. Here […]

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