Learning Technology

Category: Microsoft Teams

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Learning Technology Dropins – continue every day in 2020

December 19th, 2019 at 11:12

We are continuing our series of Digital Learning Drop-in workshops in 2020. We help staff (or students) with Moodle, Xerte Toolkits, Mahara, Rogo, Turnitin, Engage lecture capture, audience response systems, module planning, Microsoft Teams for teaching and learning and more. We’ve helped revamp modules, plan Moodle pages, develop and implement new ways of assessment including [...]

Five minutes with … Joe Kenney

November 19th, 2019 at 03:11

What is your job role? Learning Technology Officer, in the University of Nottingham Library: attached to the Faculty of Arts. I provide front-line support to academic staff and students. I support and promote a wide range of learning resources and digital learning solutions. This includes supporting staff and students in their use of Moodle, Engage, [...]

Microsoft Teams Meetings 2: recording a meeting

August 10th, 2019 at 09:08

Here’s how to record your meeting in a Microsoft Teams meeting. Once you’re in the meeting (I’ve blurred my background here: see Blurring your background for how to do this) mouse over the image to bring up the menu bar. Click the three dots for More actions. You can then click Start recording Don’t forget [...]

Microsoft Teams Meetings 1: blurring your background

August 3rd, 2019 at 09:08

Many of us at the University work in open plan offices, but we still have cause to use Microsoft Teams Meetings for a live online meeting with colleagues. To prevent colleagues being visible to the other attendees via your webcam, or to obscure confidential or irrelevant material in your physical environment, it’s possible to blur [...]