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.
Transforms video clips and photographs into short videos, allowing you to choose themes and add music or voice-overs. You can then share your masterpiece with different audiences.
Nimbus Screenshot and Screen Video Recorder
Nimbus Capture is a handy digital tool for advance screenshot techniques.
It allows you to capture the visible part of a screen, specific areas, a selected scroll of content, an entire window; it allows for flexible capture and manipulation of images. You can also edit and add notes, print and save.
Not suitable for use on campus.
Description: Excellent tool for creating and sharing free infographics.Can be used for posters, charts, presentations and more.
Description: Make quirky, fun and engaging animated videos and presentations. Simple to use and can be embedded easily in files, presentations and on webpages.
Description: A prezi is a presentation of text and visuals that you zoom in and out of. It is very similar to a power point, except you do not make slides. Instead, you make one big prezi and zoom in to different views. You can show a prezi to others on a computer through your prezi account, or you can link to them.
Description: Community repository for sharing slides, infographic, presentations and documents to inform and educate. Fantastic for networking and showcasing knowledge. SlideShare presentations can be inported into your LinkedIn account.
A free data visualisation tool which requires you to download the software before use. Creates an interactive visualisation that can be embedded in a website or shared.
Cite This For Me
Cite This For Me is a useful digital tool which will provide guidance with generating citations for various types of digital content. However, it may vary, so worthwhile checking over references with your lecturer or a member of Learning Centre staff.
Duck Duck Go
Search engine which doesn't track your activity online, promising less ads and spam, and quicker, more efficient searching.
This is Google's own educationally minded, academically designed search engine, and is well worth checking out.