Category tutorials

Capturing your WordPress Project Site into a Document

For those creating a website as part of their MEd project, we will need you to capture that work in a document for submission of the final project. You can do this by saving components of the website as an… Continue Reading →

Pressbooks Workshop

We were fortunate to have Inba Kehoe, our head of copyright and scholarly communications at the University of Victoria, come in to give us a workshop on Pressbooks. You can follow her on Twitter at @inbakehoe or contact her at… Continue Reading →

Zotero for Citation Management

Hopefully, everyone have been working with Zotero over the last year since it was introduced in our first course, but here are some resources for you should you wish to have a refresher: Zotero Workshop with UVic Librarian Matt Huculak… Continue Reading →

Hypothesis is a very light-weight web service and browser extension that you can easily install in your own browser and then use to have conversations in situ on web documents such as blogs, articles, documents, websites, and other resources…. Continue Reading →

Considering Privacy in Online Spaces

It is second nature to most to take selfies, share them on Instagram, Snapchat, etc., but once you move into the role of a public school teacher or within any public body, you must adhere to the laws set out… Continue Reading →

Getting Started with Twitter

The Twitter Homepage is where you can create an account or do administrative tasks, like manage your settings, lists, etc. Although it is possible to use the website for reading tweets, it is strongly recommended that you use a social… Continue Reading →

Getting Started with WordPress

Before you start with WordPress, you need to make some decisions. Please review all 5 steps below to decide on your approach. 1) Decide if you are comfortable being online. If not, you can document your learning offline (with technology)…. Continue Reading →

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