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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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.
How To: Beginners Guides to IT
The Digital Unite website provides comprehensive guides and support in building a wide variety of digital skills.
These guides focus on assisting and supporting beginners to IT, including guides on:
What is a Computer?
What is a PC?
What is a Mac?
What is a Tablet?
How To: Blogs
This Digital Unite guide to blogs is an introductory how-to which explains how to begin blogging.
How To: Browse and Search Online
How To: Computer and Internet Terms
A Digital Unite How To guide about computer terminology and common terms used online.
How To: Email
This Digital Unite guide covers everything you may need to know about email; including how to create an email account, sending documents and attachments, e-safety tips and more.
How To: Microsoft Office
The Digital Unite website provides comprehensive and useful guides for a wide variety of digital skills.
These guides introduce Microsoft Office applications, and how to create a document on: Word; Excel; WordPad; Powerpoint.
How To: RSS Feed
This Digital Unite guide demonstrates how to set up an RSS feed for content.
How To: Smartphones
Digital Unite guide on using smartphones, their various functions and applications, and how to keep them secure and safe.
How To: Windows 8
This Digital Unite How To Guide covers Window's latest operating system, Windows 10.