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‘Speak’ your documents with Google Voice Typing

Today we are introducing Google Voice typing, a feature of Google documents which allows you to dictate and format your documents by voice. Voice typing is an effective free tool. It could prove useful to anyone wanting an alternative to typing.  First,

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Happy Easter from @SussexTEL

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Create an Ebook!

Would you like to create your own Ebook? In this post we look at the benefits of Ebooks and share some tips on how to create your own. Why create an Ebook for teaching and learning? Ebooks offer advantages over paper books

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A-Z of apps, reloaded! Piktochart, Plickers and Trello

We first launched our A-Z of Apps in 2014 and it has gone on to become one of the most visited pages on our website. In this – our 100th post! – our colleague Summer Dean will introduce you to a selection

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Free Ebook: TEL’s greatest ‘hits’ 2015

The end of the year is upon us and we would like to thank all of our readers with a free Ebook featuring TEL’s top posts of 2015. 2015 has been a great year for the TEL blog. Despite being a relatively ‘new’ blog launched

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Can technology help to develop ‘future ready’ learners?

Last week I travelled to Birmingham for the ‘Future Ready Symposium’. The event was hosted to explore the role of technology in helping to develop the ‘future ready’ learner.  The Symposium coincided with Jisc’s publication of the ‘Technology for Employability’

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MakerSpace in Mobile Technologies Week

You may have spotted that this week is Mobile Technologies Week! We are halfway through Mobile Technologies week and today, Ant Groves, Learning and Teaching Librarian from the Library, talks about the wonderful ‘MakerClub’. Over to Ant…… The second day of

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Digital skills through the TELescope 

‘Digital skills’ are frequently referred to both inside and outside of higher education. What are they and how can we judge if we are digitally skilled or not? We turn to the Jisc framework, originally developed by the work of

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