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New Brand PowerPoint templates for teaching
The templates plus a couple of videos showing how to use them

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Turning Point ResponseWare tutor guide
This brief guide explains how to get a ResponseWare account so you can enable your students to vote in Turning Point quizzes using their own devices.

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Turning Point ResponseWare student guide
The brief guide tells you how to use your smart phone, tablet or laptop to vote in a Turning Point quiz.

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Quick printed guide to zappers (Turning Point 5)
One side of A4 which provides step-by-step instructions to help you use Tunring Point 5 in Common Learning Spaces. Includes advice about dealing with technical glitches.

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How to use Turning Point in a Common Learning Space
This is a quick guide based on screenshots which shows you how get started with Turning Point 5 and Office 2013 in Common Learning Spaces.

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iSpring Pro test - Turnitin
Just a test of the iSpring Pro software that converts rich PowerPoint presentations to HTML5

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Using a PresenterCard with Turning Point zappers
This 2-minute video shows you how to pair a PresenterCard so you can remotely control your presentation.

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Companion Animals test
Just a demo of Adobe Presenter

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Fixing Issues with Turning Point (Zapper) Presentations
This video offers advice about problems that might be encountered when running a presentation that was developed in Turning Point 4.0 on a computer with version 4.2 installed. NOTE: With the upgrade to version 4.3, Turning Point now <b>automatically</b> fixes these issues when you load an older presentation. Hurrah!

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Module evaluation template (for placements) using zappers
This PowerPoint file can be used to run an end-of-module evaluation survey with the students providing their feedback using Turning Point zappers. It was developed for use in Health Sciences and includes questiosn specific to work placements. You will need to edit the template so that it includes your module name and tutor name(s) - you may want to edit or delete some of the questions as well.

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Module Evaluation template for use with zappers
This PowerPoint file can be used to run an end-of-module evaluation survey with the students providing their feedback using Turning Point zappers. It includes all the questions from the standard university survey (2011) except the three that require free-text-entry. You will need to edit the template so that it includes your module name and tutor name(s) - you may want to edit or delete some of the questions as well.

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Blackboard 9 File Manager
This video shows you how to use the new File Manager function in Blackboard 9, including its use with multi-file Learning Objects.

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PowerPoint and skeleton notes - Patrick Doncaster
This is one of a series of short case studies describing how academic tutors at the University of Southampton have made use of learning technologies to support their students.

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Peer Feedback for Group Projects - Kenji Takeda
This is one of a series of short case studies describing how academic tutors at the University of Southampton have made use of learning technologies to support their students.

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Online Practicals to Support Labs - Matthew Bellamy
This is one of a series of short case studies describing how academic tutors at the University of Southampton have made use of learning technologies to support their students.

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Using Blogs to Share and Discuss Experimental Data - Cameron Neylon
This is one of a series of short case studies describing how academic tutors at the University of Southampton have made use of learning technologies to support their students.

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Discovery-Based Learning - Daniel Rowan
This is one of a series of short case studies describing how academic tutors at the University of Southampton have made use of learning technologies to support their students.

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Online Discussions Replacing Tutorials for Large Cohorts - Melanie Ashleigh
This is one of a series of short case studies describing how academic tutors at the University of Southampton have made use of learning technologies to support their students.

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Using wikis to support a field trip - Joel Parker
This is one of a series of short case studies describing how academic tutors at the University of Southampton have made use of learning technologies to support their students.

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Problem-Based Learning Using CaseMaker - Richard Collier
This is one of a series of short case studies describing how academic tutors at the University of Southampton have made use of learning technologies to support their students.

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Online Discussions for Large Cohorts - Ian Harwood
This is one of a series of short case studies describing how academic tutors at the University of Southampton have made use of learning technologies to support their students.

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Self-study Language Modules Using Blackboard - Julie Watson
This is one of a series of short case studies describing how academic tutors at the University of Southampton have made use of learning technologies to support their students.

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Encouraging Students Academic Integrity - Samuel Leung
This is one of a series of short case studies describing how academic tutors at the University of Southampton have made use of learning technologies to support their students.

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Pearson e-book to support students - Patrick Doncaster
This is one of a series of short case studies describing how academic tutors at the University of Southampton have made use of learning technologies to support their students.

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Collaborative Projects Using Wikis - Simon Kemp
This is one of a series of short case studies describing how academic tutors at the University of Southampton have made use of learning technologies to support their students.

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Blackboard 9 Course Menu
This 6-minute video is the fifth in a series introducing the new features of Blackboard 9. It shows the new default course menu items and shows how to adapt these after rolling over an existing course.

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Blackboard 9 Drag and Drop
The fourth 3-minute video in a series introducing the new featurs of Blackboard 9.

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Blackboard 9 Modify Button
The third 3-minute video in a series introducing the new featurs of Blackboard 9.

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Blackboard 9 Edit Mode
The second3-minute video in a series introducing the new featurs of Blackboard 9.

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Blackboard 9 Control Panel
The first 3-minute video in a series introducing the new featurs of Blackboard 9.

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Assessment and Feedback for the CIP: educational issues
This 11-minute video focuses on how self and peer assessment could be used as an integral part of CIP modules, and discusses some innovative methods for assessing written work. The first link is to the native Panopto podcast, which requires the Silverlight player to be installed. The second link is the MP4 video version of the podcast, which should play on all PCs, Macs and suitable mobile devices. This share also includes links to the papers discussed in the video - these are also provided at the end of the script.

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Assessment and Feedback for the CIP: learning technologies
This 11-minute video provides some guidance on the learning technologies available at Southampton that can be used to support assessment and feedback. It was produced using the Panopto lecture capture system. The first link is to the native Panopto podcast, which requires the Silverlight player to be installed. The second link is the MP4 video version of the podcast, which should play on all PCs, Macs and suitable mobile devices. This share also provides a link to the video's script.

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Using Participant Lists with Turning Point Zappers
This 11-minute video shows you how to create a participant list that will enable you to record the scores of individual students as they answer a series of questions in a Tuning Point presentation. It shows you how those students can register their handsets in-class, so that you can distribute the handsets quickly at the start of the session.

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How to Make a Panopto Recording Offline
This 7-minute video shows you how to make a recording using Panopto in locations where you have no internet access, such as another institution or on a field trip. It also shows you how to upload the recording when you get back to your office.

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Zapper quick tutorial
Just a quick-and-dirty video showing how to create questions on-the-fly in Turning Point

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Panopto and Podcasts
This 4-minute video shows students how they can access and download the MP3 and MP4 podcasts produced by Panopto. It also shows tutors how to disable podcasts if they wish.

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Controlling Access to Panopto Recordings
This 6-minute video shows tutors how they can control access to recordings made using panopto. They can disable access completely, restrict access to specific individuals or make a recording available to anyone in the world.

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The legal aspects of lecture capture
This short 7-minute video outlines the main legal issues around lecture capture: copyright, student rights and lecturer rights. It includes detailed advice about the types of material that you should not record, as well as showing how to check whether material can be used.

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Audiology Videos
These three videos show how a Spirit hearing aid is fitted and calibrated.

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A guide to making your e-thesis available
This 10-minute presentation introduces e-theses, outlines their benefits and the issues they raise and describes the process requird to create and submit them. It is available as an Adobe Presenter slideshow, as an MP4 video and as a YouTube video with optional captions for accessibility.

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Panopto lecture capture: How to control access to your recordings
This short 3-minute video show how you can make a recording available to anyone on the internet and how to restrict access again. It also shows how to disable and re-enable student access to a specific recording.

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How to edit a Panopto recording.
This 8-minute video shows you how to edit a recording made using the Panopto lecture capture system. You can access the recording via its Blackboard course, trim the start and end points, remove sections from the middle, and save the edit as a new (separate) version.

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Blackboard for teaching and learning
A slideshow and supporting handout used in a workshop that discusses how Blackboard can be used to effectively support student learning.

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Turning Point (zappers) quick guide (Windows 7)
This single page PowerPoint can be printed out and provides brief instructions on how to use zappers ina Windows 7 teaching space.

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Keeping Powerpoint On-Brand
These PowerPoint files (Office 2003 .ppt and Office 2010 .pptx) include brand-conformant colour swatches that can be applied to text and shapes in your own slides and posters. It also includes a scalable version of the University logo.

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Technology Enhanced Learning for Health Sciences
A presentation given in the Health Sciences E-Learning Enhnacnement Academy away-day, June 2010

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How to Share Word and Other Documents Using Adobe Connect
This 3-minute video shows how you can share documents during an Adobe Connect meeting - for example showing a Word document or Excel spreadsheet to the other participants.

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Using Zappers in a Common Learning Space (Windows 7)
This 8 minute video provides a step-by-step guide for tutors wishing to use zappers (Turning Point) in a Common Learning Space with Windows 7 and Office 2010.

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An introduction to the Blackboard Resources for the Health Sciences Pre-registration Healthcare Programmes
This 10-minute video provides a guided tour of the Blackboard courses used by pre-ref healthcare programmes.

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Assembing Chapters into the Final Thesis
This 17 minute video provides a step-by-step guide to assembling the separate chapters of a thesis into a single document. It shows you how to ensure continuous page numbers and separate chapter headers, as well as auto-generating a table of contents and table of figures.

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Using Panopto in a Common Learning Space
This narrated slideshow provides a step-by-step guide to recording a lecture in a CLS room using Panopto.

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An introduction to Technology Enhanced Learning at the University of Southampton
This short (10 minute) video provides students with an overview of the ways in which computers and the internet are used to support their learning. It introduces some really useful resources and shows you where to find help if you need it.

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Lecture Capture Powerpoint slides
Copy and paste this slide to the start of your own presentations.

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Question Mark Perception - example test questions
This set of questions on astronomy can be used to show the main question types available. You will need to log in using your University username and password

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Blackboard Good Practice Guide
This short (4 sides of A4) document provides advice to tutors about essential and recomended practices, organisational principles, blended learning, accessibility and copyright.

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A Plagiarism Adventure
This short YouTube video was produced by the University of Bergen to help their students understand the perils of plagiarism, the benefits of academic integrity and the steps they need to take to avoid plagiarism. It's in Norwegian but has subtitles - and is really funny and well-produced. A great way to introduce your students to these ideas.

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Introductory podcast for Health Sciences E-Learning Change Academy
This audio podcast lasts 7:30 and introduces some of the key ideas which will be discussed during the first workshop of the Change Academy.

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Uffington White Horse vector art files
Vector graphic files for the Uffington White Horse in PDF, AI (Adobe Illustrator EPS) and SVG formats. I manually traced these from a photo using Xara Xtreme.

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Copyright Questions: Making chapters from a book available to your students
This narrated slideshow (8 minutes) shows how UK copyright law applies to an example book and explores how a tutor can make copies of selected chapters to distribute to students

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Conference Poster template
This PowerPoint file is a template for an A1 poster based on the new University branding. It is however only an example used in a workshop and is provided 'as is' - for example the University logo does not include any School name.

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An introduction to Authentic World drug calculations
This 8 minute video provides a brief introduction to Authentic World, a website available to students in Health Sciences that enables them to practice drug calculations, get feedback on their performance and be formally assessed.

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Marketing Using Social Media - Tom Chapman - Headstream
This is a recording of a talk given on 12 March 2010 by Tom Chapman of Headstream, a marketing company who specialise in the use of digital social media to promote products and brands.

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Turning Point zapper test of moment by moment voting
This short 3 min video shows how Camtasia Studio can be used to record the audio of a lecture alongside the moment-by-moment votes recorded using Turning Point.

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Adobe Connect Quick User Guide to setting up your PC
This one-side-of-A4 guide discusses setting up your audio correctly and installing the Connect browser add-in.

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Adobe Connect Quick User Guide for Students
This one-side-of-A4 guide is a reminder of most of the things that students need to know to have meetings online.

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Adobe Connect Quick User Guide for tutors
This brief guide (two sides of A4) is a reminder sheet for tutors and research staff who wish to hold meetings online using Adobe Connect

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Companion Animals
A simple PowerPoint used as the basis for podcast exercises

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An introduction to lecture capture
This short PowerPoint presentation shows how the Echo360 lecture capture systems works

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An introduction to video podcasts
This PowerPoint slideshow covers the educational uses of video podcasts, describes how RSS feeds work and shows how they can be created using Blackboard.

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From Tin Toy to Android
This presentation is intended to show the use of Camtasia Studio to create a narrated presentation, and can be compared with the version recorded using Adobe Presenter.

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From Tin Toy to Android
This presentation is intended to show the use of Adobe Presenter to create a narrated presentation, and can be compared with the version recorded using Camtasia Studio.

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How to highlight selected text on a PowerPoint slide
This short 7-minute video shows two methods which can be used to highlight selected words or phrases on a PowerPoint slide.

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How to import files from your J drive into Teamsite
An update to Java meant that you can only import files into Teamsite from your 'My Documents' folder, which isn't much use if they are all stored on your J drive. This video shows you how to fix the problem.

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How to convert a Word file to PDF using Adobe Acrobat on an iSolutions workstation.
This PowerPoint provides a step-by-step guide to the process of converting a document (such as your thesis) from Word to PDF.

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Combining Thesis Chapters but restarting footnote numbering every chapter
This 3-minute video shows you how to combine chapters of your thesis but force footnotes to be numbered from 1 within each chapter.

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Including Figures in your Thesis
This 10-minute video shows you how you can include image files in your thesis. By using the University template and special styles, you will be able to automate their numbering and references to them in the text, as well as generate tables of figures.

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Digital Economy USRG podcast - Twitter
A video podcast plus MP3 of a 30 minute presention on the use of Twitter to build a digital presence.

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The Academic Case for Lecture Capture
This is a short report summarising some of the research findings available about the academic benefits and educational challenges of lecture capture systems. It was written to inform an institutional decision about whether to proceed with a pilot service.

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Creating Effective Conference Posters
This is a 9-minute narrated video of the PowerPoint presentation of the same name

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University of Southampton logos
This PowerPoint file has the new-brand University logo in a format that you can copy-and-paste to Word and PowerPoint. You can scale them without 'jaggies' and they have a transparent background. Several approved colours are included.

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Printing PowerPoint Posters
This is a step-by-step guide for students who wish to print low-cost posters created using PowerPoint on large-format printers maintained by iSolutions.

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Tools to Create a Poster Using PowerPoint 2010
This step-by-step guide introduces the PowerPoint 2010 features that can be used to create attractive posters. For example, guidelines to help elements align neatly and text boxes with margins.

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Creating Effective Conference Posters
A PowerPoint presentation that outlines the key issues that people planning a conference poster need to consider.

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Re-using (rescheduling) an Adobe Connect meeting for a new date, time and participants
A two-minute video that shows you how to edit an existing meeting in Adobe Connect so you can re-use that meeting room for a new date, time and (if needed) different participants.

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Changing text and background colours in Adobe Acrobat
A 4-minute video that shows how students with dyslexia or visual stress can change the text and background colours in Adobe Acrobat Reader to suit their needs.

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Getting Started with Blackboard and E-Learning
A PowerPoint used to start a discussion about the nature of e-learning, and showing how Blackboard can be used to support independent learning by students.

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PowerPoint Teaching Template - UoS blue flat.ppt
This PowerPoint file can be used as a template for teaching presentations. This version has a solid blue background and pale grey text on the title slide and all subsequent content slides.

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PowerPoint Teaching Template - UoS blue & grey.ppt
This PowerPoint file can be used as a template for teaching presentations. This version has a blue fade background and pale grey text on the title slide and pale grey background and blue text on subsequent content slides.

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PowerPoint Teaching Template - UoS blue fade.ppt
This PowerPoint file can be used as a template for teaching presentations. This version has a blue fade background and pale grey text on the title slide and all subsequent content slides.

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PowerPoint Teaching Template - UoS light grey.ppt
This PowerPoint file can be used as a template for teaching presentations. This version has a pale grey background and dark blue text on the title slide and all subsequent content slides.

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PowerPoint Teaching Template - UoS bluegreen fade.ppt
This PowerPoint file can be used as a template for teaching presentations. This version has a blue-green fade background and pale grey text on the title slide and all subsequent content slides.

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Using the Turning Point Participant Monitor During Zapper Quizzes
This 4-minute video describes how to use the Turning Point Participant Monitor to review the performance of the whole group and individual students during a lecture.

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Using Turning Point to Analyse Data from a Zapper Session
This short video shows how you can save the date at the end of a Turning Point quiz, then view that data as an Excel spreadsheet.

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Using the Turning Point Showbar during zapper quizzes
This 7-minute video describes how Turning Point's Showbar can be used to manage questions during a presentation and includes useful techniques such as peer instruction and data slicing.

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New Brand PowerPoint template - good practice advice
This short video introduces the new teaching templates and provides advice about good slide design

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New Brand PowerPoint template for teaching - how to use it
This short video show you how to download the template and use it with PowerPoint to create new presentations and apply it to existing presentations.

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Educational Podcasts
This 6-minute video provides a brief introduction to the educational use of podcasts, how to create them and the technology used.

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An Introduction to Adobe Connect
This 7-minute video shows you how to create a web-conferenced meeting using Adobe Connect, welcome the participants, communicate using sound and video, and share resources.

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Using Turning Point to create zapper questions that assess confidence levels in the answers given
This 5-minute video describes how you can assess how confident your students were with their answer choices so you can adapt your teaching appropriately.

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Creating Questions Using Turning Point
This 7-minute video describes the range of question types and shows you how to create and test them.

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Adding Camtasia video files to Blackboard
This short video shows how to add a video produced using Camtasia Studio to a Blackboard course

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Additional Exam Responsibilities video
This video is for students with specific learning differences that mean that they are entitled to use a computer to type written examinations rather than writing them longhand. It show them how to use the special AER workstations that provide a cut-down version of Microsoft Word and absolutely no access to the Internet.

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PowerPoint - basic skills training
This step-by-step guided worksheet and accompanying PowerPoint file introduce some key skills: - reorganising slides and bullets - creating speaker notes - printing slide handouts - including hyperlinks - adding images Simple stuff, but many find it useful - it uses Office 2004 (XP)

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Academic integrity at the University of Southampton
This is a two part audio podcast designed to provide advice and guidance for students at the University of Southampton. Transcripts for each part of the podcast are also provided.

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Oral Presentation Skills
This PowerPoint is used to support a workshop for University staff and students who are preparing a conference presentation. It highlights the major issues that they will need to consider when planning, practising and delivering their talk.

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Values and Affordances of VLEs
This PowerPoint describes the growth of online learning from early hand-crafted solutions, through 'virtual learning environments' to today's 'managed learning environments'. It also looks at the emergence of the 'personal learning environment' concept.

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Zappers - how to reset to channel 41 (a guide for students)
This animated PowerPoint shows students how to reset their zapper handsets to use the default communication channel (41). If students press the GO button on their handset they may inadvertently change the channel and will not be able to vote. It only takes a few seconds to reset - essentially you press GO - 4 - 1 - GO and it should work again.

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Zappers - how to use (a guide for students)
This PowerPoint can either be used by itself the first time you use zappers with your students, or you can copy the slides to your own presentation. Students are shown how to vote using the zapper handset, and it includes a sample question "what did you drink for breakfast this morning?" so they can see how it works and test that their handsets are working. Now updated for Office 2010.

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Using zappers in Common Learning Spaces (Windows XP)
This resource is now obsolete and has been replaced by http://www.edshare.soton.ac.uk/5920/ This PowerPoint is an animated step-by-step guide that shows tutors how to use zappers in a teaching session. It covers starting the PC, distributing the zappers, plugging in the receiver, starting the software, running the presentation and managing voting, saving data at the end and collecting the handsets. It takes around 5 minutes to view.

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Using Turnitin to Deter Plagiarism
This animated PowerPoint shows how the Turnitin system can be used to check students' assignments againast a database of internet sources, journal articles and previous assignments.

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Postgraduate Demonstration Skills
A PowerPoint presentation used to support a skills development session for postgraduate students who wish to act as demonstrators in lab and workshop sessions.

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Collaborative Projects Using Wikis
This case study describes how wikis are used in group projects by postgraduate students on ENVS6011 Environmental Management Systems.

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Sonic Labyrinths - 3 upon a ground (minimal mix)
Electronic music based on an algorithm, but with a good deal of human influence. See other items with keywords 'sonic labyrinths' for details.

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Sonic Labyrinths
A web page describing how the music was composed, including a diagram of the labyrinth that forms its basis.

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Sonic Labyrinths - 3 upon a ground (dance mix)
Electronic music based on an algorithm, but with a good deal of human influence. See other items with keywords 'sonic labyrinths' for details.

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Assembly of a Dean and Stark Apparatus
This is a 5-minute narrated video that shows students how to assemble Dean and Stark distillation apparatus. It is in Flash Movie format and the ZIP file contains everything required - simply upload it to Blackboard as a package file, unpack it and use dean-and-stark.htm as the start page.

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This list was generated on Fri Apr 18 02:31:01 2014 BST.