Reading up on Copyright was interesting as there are so may different categories of usage and licensing available. A lot of images on the internet for example can be used personally, however can’t be published to the public without some form of agreement. Below are some examples of images I have downloaded. The caption underContinue reading “Copyright – Thing 11”
I am amazed at all of the different projects and range of web sites which are covered by Wikimedia. I was already aware of Wikipedia, however my jaw dropped when I discovered that Wikimedia also deliver a wide variety of content in the form of e-books, languages, world news, travel, images, university resources, and animalContinue reading “Wikimedia – Thing 10”
Due to COVID-19, our work environment has changed from working in the library to working at home. During this time, I have been using Microsoft Teams for staff meetings, training sessions, pet tales and social gatherings. This platform is fantastic for video conferencing as it allows multiple staff to be displayed on the screen atContinue reading “Video Hangouts, conferencing, & collaborate Ultra for education – Thing 9”
OERs are Online or digital materials that have been licensed to allow for re-use. The University of Edinburgh have a number of courses that caught my interest including: How to make video content Wikipedia editing video tutorials And Wikipedia training … Continue reading →
The creative commons search website is new to me. I found it easy to use and will bookmark for future use. I am already familiar with Flickr Commons and Wikimedia commons. The site has a search guide and I like … Continue reading →
I am not familiar with Google Hangouts, mainly because I do not have an android advice. I watched the Google Hangouts short video via Lynda.com. It looks pretty easy and straight forward. I like the idea of a chat aspect … Continue reading →
With Twitter, I have never used it and really don’t intend on using it.
I performed a search on twitter, eg. Avengers, movie stars etc and by looking at it pictures and posts, videos, etc, appear.
I personally don’t like the setup…
Facebook is everything to me, I use it everyday. It’s my life !! Facebook is a social networking website and app to make life easier to connect with family and friends online. By creating an account and adding your friends, family etc. You can make it public for everyone to see or private only forContinue reading “Facebook – Thing 8”
I am on Facebook and consider myself an intermediate user. I read more than post. I find it a useful source of information for local and family history. I am a member of a number of groups. I do get … Continue reading →
I am on Twitter and use it most days to read and post in a professional capacity. I also have a personal account which I do not use much. I am also a contributor to two other organisation accounts. I … Continue reading →
As a person who creates online content, more in the form of blog posts and articles I am interested in this subject quite a bit. But at the end of the day, I think I score fail. As I am … Continue reading →
I have never been big on the use of emojis. It is probably a generation thing for me. I have always considered them an informal part of the communication, used to impart humour or affection with family and friends The … Continue reading →