Digital Tools Repository
A collection of free online resources to aid the enhancement of blended learning within your course. These digital tools are available as teaching aid/summative assessment for lecturers and as a means for students to demonstrate knowledge gain via the use of interactive technology.
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Google Fonts is a free directory of 600 free fonts which can be easily used for web content or downloaded for wider application.
This is Google's own educationally minded, academically designed search engine, and is well worth checking out.
Google Sheets is a collaborative spreadsheet tool, which allows you to add and manage data, analyse and create graphs individually or collectively.
One of the Google suite of applications, you will require a Google account to use this tool.
Grammarly is a free digital tool which scans your typing and checks for grammatical errors within a browser window.
It can be installed as a free Chrome or Firefox extension.
Link: Moodle Activity (https://h5p.org/)
Description: H5P is an interactive digital took that makes it easy to create, share and reuse HTML5 content and applications.
H5P empowers everyone to create rich and interactive web experiences more efficiently - all you need is a web browser and a web site with an H5P plugin.
Hemmingway App is a free editing application which helps fine tune your writing skills. Users paste written content into the app, and it assesses your writing and makes suggestions for improvement, including tips on rewording sentences, simpler alternatives, and allowing for formatting.
Hour of Code Initiative
The Hour of Code Initiative provides free hour-long tutorials on how to code and create a variety of projects, games, applications and web page materials.