Category Archives: multimedia

John Paul College – Equipping technology confidence for the future

John Paul College in Queensland prides itself on delivering enhanced learning experiences for students and equipping them for the future.

The college has junior to senior levels of education, including Prep to year 12 levels with more than 2000 devices connected to the college network.

Currently the college uses these Microsoft products:

Windows 10 Education Edition

To fulfil its long-term STEM and digital transformation strategy, John Paul College extended its one-to-one program by rolling-out Windows 10 Education Edition across 1,600 student devices, giving teachers and students access to the latest education-ready Windows Store resources.Visit the author's original post

Remote Learning with Skype Creates Virtual Classroom

 Phoenix P-12 College in Ballarat now offers virtual drama and theatre studies to students at two schools more than 700 kilometres away. Students use Skype to create and rehearse plays and even work the technology into their skits.

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Sway – The star of your 2015 Classroom

Bored of using the same old presentations? Want a new way to share information with students? Why not take a presentation overhaul by diving into Office Sway-  It’s free, doesn't require installation and works on all browsers and devices.

What is Sway ?

Sway is a fresh new way to show content. I think of it as a one page website in which you can add a variety of communication modes. When published it can be shared with any device anywhere in the world.… Visit the author's original post

My First Microsoft Office Sway

I recently had an opportunity to experiment with Office Sway, a cloud based application that allows users to create, share, and embed presentations.

screen shot sway

https://sway.com/s/xY88vtzhAeqsLSIK/embed

My first impression of Sway is an easy to use tool that is cross platform compatible across multiple devices. Setting up my first Sway was an easy process. Users can add and manage existing work with a few simple clicks.

adding_sway

Once you get started, the interface is much more simplistic compared with the traditional PowerPoint experience.Visit the author's original post

My First Microsoft Office Sway

I recently had an opportunity to experiment with Office Sway, a cloud based application that allows users to create, share, and embed presentations.

screen shot sway

https://sway.com/s/xY88vtzhAeqsLSIK/embed

My first impression of Sway is an easy to use tool that is cross platform compatible across multiple devices. Setting up my first Sway was an easy process. Users can add and manage existing work with a few simple clicks.

adding_sway

Once you get started, the interface is much more simplistic compared with the traditional PowerPoint experience.Visit the author's original post