Category Archives: Utilities

Embedding Articulate Flash in a Smartboard File #edtech

Have you ever wanted to put an Articulate file or other multi-part Flash in a Smart Notebook file? No? Well, here’s how to do it anyway!

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Using Twitter for Learning #edtech

The Pros, Cons and Uses of Twitter for eLearning In the UK and other countries there are justified fears about negative effects of various social media with students under the age of 18.  On … Continue reading

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Using Google for Easy QR Codes #edtech

Automatically add QR codes to Moodle and other PHP Content Management Systems. I’ve been using goo.gl with the google charts api in order to dynamically create reasonably sized qr codes … Continue reading

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Free collaborative browsing on the iPad #ipaded #edtech

How can we have true in-class collaboration with iPads without having to install apps? Still looking for really innovative and ‘game changing’ uses for the iPad that are applicable across … Continue reading

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My favourite SCORM packager #edtech

How can you make a simple SCORM package without complex software? I don’t have to do any particularly complex SCORM packaging so I find that the Dreamweaver plugin Manifest Maker … Continue reading

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Joining PDFs online #edtech

Managing PDF files online with no software It’s amazing the number of ‘eLearning’ queries we get at work about mundane PDFs.  We’ve recently had quite a few enquiries about easy … Continue reading

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Useful Alternative to Adobe PDF Reader #edtech

Annotate and comment on locked PDFs for free. Great for digital marking. There are probably many occasions when you have been given  or have found a PDF document that you’d like … Continue reading

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