Screen recording is something I do A LOT … when you’re a math teacher and students want solutions, it’s easy to open up OneNote and write out the solution or work through a Desmos graphing or a Graspable Math solution, giving a spoken step-by-step as I go. Now, what I’d… Continue Reading Screen Recording made easy
Every tv and streaming app in my house is set to show subtitles — I’m not hard of hearing, but I like keeping the text showing on the screen. It is an extraordinary boon, of course, when I’m watching something in another language — I know French, but it’s nice… Continue Reading Simple subtitles
One of the neatest things to come along in a long while has been Presenter Coach, an AI app inside of PowerPoint. It tries to give you helpful feedback on your presenting skills based on your own PowerPoint and the words, phrasing and elocution you use. First… make your PowerPoint. … Continue Reading Improve your presentations with a little AI
In preparation for my next blog post (I’m blogging once-a-day in November!) we should talk about who you are. In today’s cloud-based services, you need an identity. It’s typically based on your email or your phone number. One option is your Microsoft Identity. Most folks already have a Google, Facebook or… Continue Reading Who are you?
At Appleby College, we’ve been using Microsoft OneNote for a l.o.n.g time now … and structured shared OneNote Binders for two full academic years now. Folks often ask how much time it takes for teachers to get accustomed to working with OneNote and shared documents in general. Since we have… Continue Reading How long does it take? Working with OneNote and the OneDrive WebApps