'I can't remember my password' is a common complaint, and also 'I just use something simple so I don't forget' or 'I use the same password for each website', or the absolutely horrific 'I use three passwords so I try each one'. There is a simpler way.... How about the use of an algorithm? A … Continue reading Powerful passwords
I attended a conference with Salford ONECPD yesterday on Driving Technology in Higher Education. One of the topics that was discussed by Lawrence Lilley was the difference between Digital Skills and Digital Literacy. And this made sense. The idea was that you could teach someone to use Word, but would they be able to use … Continue reading Digital ability
If I had one 'go to' app it would be OneNote. Other thank Outlook and Skype, I have it open all the time. For academics, I think collaboration is an important skill that is underestimated. Within our team I share a lot of administrative bits for my modules using OneNote. Lesson plans, sessions, assessment notes. … Continue reading OneNote
Tonight I took part in the last #LTHEchat before an Easter break...