Our first test of our new VR system, to be used to develop software in both my Computer Studies and Communications Technology classes. Luckily we were able to get the hardware purchased and the software installed and working just in time for the open house tonight.
Thank to Aiden, a student in my BTT1O ICT in Business class, for demonstrating some concepts in Excel 2016 related to page formatting (margins, headers, footers) and conditional formatting.
Well done, Aiden!
Slideshow URL: goo.gl/q7YtT8
Beyond Compare is, for me, one of those essential utilities I cannot live without. I have used it for years to manage the marking in my classroom as well as for managing backups of files at home.
Beyond Compare is, as the name implies, a program for comparing files.
This screen shows how I use it for marking. The panel on the left is the handin folder where students submit their assignments. The panel on the right is where I copy the files to after they have been marked. At the top you’ll see that I am using the “All” view so I can clearly see all submissions. Any folder or file with a coloured icon is something I haven’t marked yet. The greyed out icon are the folders or files that have been copied over. (Student names have been blurred out) Continue reading “Beyond Compare Utility”
I just discovered this great little (portable) screen recorder utility that saves the video file as a GIF file, which is perfect for embedding in websites or ePortfolios.
To download it for yourself, visit http://www.screentogif.com/. Continue reading “ScreenToGif Utility (is awesome!)”