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Technologies

Other Technologies

On this page you will find recommended and recognised technologies available through King's College London. Although CTEL does not currently support these technologies, their use is encouraged and discussions about how they have been used across King's are welcomed.

Audacity

Audacity is free open source, easy to use software that will allow you to:

  • Record your own voice.
  • Split your recordings.
  • Add sound tracks.
  • Cut, copy and mix sounds together.

Audacity Staff Guidance is available from the 'Recomended & Recognised Learning Technologies' KEATS Site. 

Camtasia

Camtasia Studio is a screen recording and video editing software. It helps you create professional videos without having to be a video professional. You can easily record your screen, or import HD video from a camera or other source.

You can edit content both on Mac and Windows platforms, and share your videos with viewers on nearly any device.

Camtasia Staff Guidance is available from the 'Recomended & Recognised Learning Technologies' KEATS Site. 

Microsoft Forms

Microsoft Forms allows you to create surveys, quizzes, and polls, and easily see the results as they come in.

Microsoft Forms Staff Guidance is available from the 'Recomended & Recognised Learning Technologies' KEATS Site. 

Microsoft OneNote Class Notebook

OneNote Class Notebook Creator lets a teacher quickly set up a personal workspace for every student, a content library for handouts, and a collaboration space for lessons and creative activities, all within one powerful notebook

Microsoft OneNote Staff Guidance is available from the 'Recomended & Recognised Learning Technologies' KEATS Site. 

Padlet

Padlet is a collaborative tool that allows the creation of webpages where text, documents, images and other media can be added. 

Padlet Guidance is available from the 'Recomended & Recognised Learning Technologies' KEATS Site. 

Recording your PowerPoint

Within PowerPoint there is a 'Record Slide Show' feature and with this you can capture audio/video recordings of yourself to accompany your slides.  This feature allows you to narrate the slide on display and also draw/annotate on the slide.  This can help you to highlight or point out things that you would like to draw your students' attention to.

Recording your PowerPoint Guidance is available from the 'Recomended & Recognised Learning Technologies' KEATS Site. 

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