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Already nominated for best humorous video review of academics' use of social media in 2016, treat yourself to half an hour in the company of +Andrew Tattersall's "The weird and wonderful world of academics on the web".
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Anyone using Microsoft Sway? Geared towards site-as-presentation, it sits between Slides and Sites. Would be good for students to present work combining text, images, photos, videos etc. Share options are nobody or whole world.

Very responsive. Nice app for iOS and I imagine Android and Windows. Integration with image/vid search. Image search allows filtering to Creative Commons licensed. Here's one I made earlier:

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New Google Sites is here and it's going to make it much easier for staff and students to make usable, responsive, attractive websites. Integration with other Google services is excellent (maps, docs, forms, youtube, sheets, slides etc.).

Here's one I made in about 5 minutes.
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"Padlet's lack of imposed structure or order helped us find surprising and unexpected relationships between different sources, documents and digital objects". Interesting read:
Great to read what Sussex Uni academics are doing with +Padlet 
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Has anyone used the double blind marking in MOLE? 

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How are people projecting from iPads in teaching rooms?

We have a presentation showing microscope slides where pinch to zoom etc would be very advantageous. 

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Good news for time travelers...
The Wayback Machine has funding to rebuild the internet archive and to add keyword indexing of home pages. It's always a popular site on my search workshops and people often ask if keyword searching is possible. It will be!

Grant to Develop the Next Generation Wayback Machine http://blog.archive.org/2015/10/21/grant-to-develop-the-next-generation-wayback-machine/
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