Turnitin Feedback Studio: Ready for marking

As we are swiftly heading on through this semester and towards end of term assessments we thought it would be helpful to once again highlight […]

App Smashing with Paul Hamilton

Paul Hamilton, from iPadMonthly.com, has a fantastic YouTube Channel with various app tutorials and app smashing ideas. I put some of his videos together in […]

Fantastic app for fine motor control and numeracy in early years

The launch of iOS 11 has brought about the advent of some great new features to your iPad. It also marked the end of 32-bit […]

What’s new in iOS 11: Standout features and enhancements to accessibility.

If you use Apple products and haven’t been living under a rock, you’ll no doubt have heard of the updates from Apple Park over the […]

The vast majority of lessons in K-12 and lectures in higher education should be recorded. Here’s why. [Christian]

From DSC: The vast majority of the lessons being offered within K-12 and the lectures (if we’re going to continue to offer them) within higher […]

How to find out which apps will no longer work in iOS 11

In September 2013, Apple introduced the iPhone 5s with its first 64-bit processor, the A7 and they launched iOS 7, the first 64-bit iDevice from […]

Campus Technology’s 2017 Teaching with Technology Survey [Kelly]

Smartwatches Deemed Least Valuable Technology in the Classroom — from campustechnology.com by Rhea Kelly In our second annual Teaching with Technology Survey, faculty revealed what […]

So you’ve been given a new iPad infographic

There is every chance that in your inset this year you’ll have spent some time looking at how you can develop your practice with technology. […]

Make your videos vintage with 8mm

This week saw the 8mm app go free on the app store and I shared it on Twitter. Hurry as it still may be free. […]

Making waves with Apple technologies in Hackney

It has been my distinct privilege to work over the course of the past year with the New Wave Federation in London. Already an established […]

#threequestionsEDU with Nina Jackson @musicmind

Thanks to everyone who checked out the first response to the #threequestionsEDU series from Andy Buck. I always enjoy reading the writing of others and […]

Wellbeing, workload and whizzy ways to improve both

Goodness knows mental health and wellbeing is an issue which is underfunded and under resourced so it was a real pleasure to be asked to […]

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