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CETL's Re-Usable Learning Objects
Completed, available and free to use Learning Objects listed by subject area

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Common Craft
Common craft make short videos which explain in simple terms some common concepts and technologies used in learning and teaching. These are available through The Common Craft Store, which offers versions of videos that are: Downloadable files Presentation-quality Licensed for workplace use You can find the free, online versions of the videos on The Common Craft Show. Topics include phishing, RSS, wikis, Twitter, social networking, social bookmarking, web search strategies, social media, podcasting, sharing photos online and many more.

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Good Practice in the use of PowerPoint
This presentation aims to encourage academic staff to make better use of PowerPoint by avoiding dependence on or abuse of bullet points. It highlights PowerPoint's emergent properties and presents clear guidelines for effective slides

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Healthtalk Online
Healthtalkonline, an award-winning charity website, lets you share in other people's experiences of health and illness. You can watch or listen to videos of the interviews, read about people's experiences and find reliable information about conditions, treatment choices and support. The information on healthtalkonline is based on qualitative research into patient experiences, led by experts at the University of Oxford. These personal stories of health and illness will enable patients, families and healthcare professionals to benefit from the experiences of others.

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HeartPodcast.org
A set of podcasts made for physicians, by physicians and for patients, by patients. It aims to inform about the latest developments and insights into heart rhythm disorders cardiovascular diseases, their diagnosis and their treatment. The files are available to download as QuickTime or Flash movies, you can subscribe via iTunes, watch from the webpage or subscribe to email alerts.

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Intute Reusable Learning Objects
These are the Reusable Learning Objects (RLOs) that Intute have evaluated and added to their nursing and midwifery section. If you search for 'rlo' you'll get a list of over 60 RLOs, they are mostly related to A&P but some of them are about research skills and referencing...

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Learning Objects at CIPeL
The Centre for Inter-Professional e-Learning (CIPeL) at Coventry University provides a number of useful reusable learning objects.

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Multimedia Training Videos
Multimedia Training Videos is a series of free learning videos to show anyone interested in learning packages like Flash, Director and Photoshop.

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Physiotherapy cervicothoracic PPIVMs
A script for a streaming video clip modelling the movements of thoracic PPIVMs as performed by a physiotherapist. Access to this clip requires an ISS username and password. Please enter in the format soton\username when prompted. Creation date: 08.02.2008 Academic year: 2007/08 Produced by: School of Health Professions and Rehabilitation Sciences Length of clip: 4 min Level: Level 2 pre-registration neuromusculoskeletal manipulation of the cervicothorax Distribution: Can be viewed by all staff and students at the University of Southampton. Requires an ISS username and password.

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Picnik - free online photo editing
Need to edit an image but don't have any software? No problem - you can do it all online for free at this website - and no annoying adverts either.

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Reusable Learning Object repository at the University of Nottingham
Over 100 RLOs in subjects relevant to health, including evidence-based practice, clinical skills, basic sciences, pharmacology, physiology, genetics and study skills.

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Teacher Training Videos
Free online training resources on using web 2.0 tools for busy lecturers. - 'Outstanding ICT initiative of the year' winner of the JISC award is commended for 'commitment to open access to online content' A wealth of openly available multimedia content won the JISC/Times Higher Award. Created by University of Westminster lecturer Russell Stannard's websites build upon pioneering work using video to mark students' work. Using screen recording software, Stannard recorded himself walking through various Web 2.0 technologies with a voice-over, which were then uploaded to a website - www.teachertrainingvideos.com. The site quickly proved popular and rapidly built into a bank of over 30 videos.

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Tutorial on Searching for Images
An online tutorial showing how to obtain images which are suitable for teaching purposes, where there are no copyright issues to resolve!

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iTunesU - open educational content in audio and video formats available via iTunes
There is a wealth of open educational content in audio and video formats available via iTunes U, one of the services offered especially for education via iTunes. There are details of how to get started as well as an informative video to help you. Details of how to get started with sharing content can be found for developers.

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The International Student Experience at the University of Southampton
This video highlights aspects of the lives of international students at UG, PGT and PGR levels from all 3 faculties. It shows them responding to a range of authentic scenarios about the experiences and challenges of being an international student at the University of Southampton in the early 21st century from their perspective. The overall objective of this short film therefore is to capture experiences and viewpoints of international students currently at the University. By viewing this video, it is hoped that staff will be able to gain a better understanding and appreciation of what their international students are feeling and facing at various points along their student life cycle.

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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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Test upload for team
Test upload for team

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test2
test2 is for Damian only

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test3
test3 is for Rich only

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Key operations for Authors of QM Perception Assessments
Key operations for Authors of QM Perception Assessments

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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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