All Digital Demo sessions are recorded and then made available on this page.
In this digital demo Inclusive Education Lecturer Danni Mccarthy and Ambili Sasidharan from Deakin Learning Futures showed us around Blackboard Ally, which is a tool used to check content in unit sites against accessibility standards and assists in providing alternative formats for resources. Danni and Ambili show us how accessibility is for everyone through this engaging and informative session.
In this digital demo our panellists Astrid Bovell (Copyright Manager), Luke Watsford (Copyright Officer) and Laura Tay (Events Coordinator) discuss viral memes and how they fit in with copyright requirements.
Watch the recording by clicking on the image below.
In this digital demo Learning Environments Developer Mary Ishak and Senior Finance Systems Administrator Bhavya Dhamankar discuss PhraseExpress and how this handy tool can help ease many repetitive tasks and can significantly reduce your total keystrokes/mouse clicks each day.
This session was presented by Ruth Cameron and Sally Turbitt from the University of Newcastle, who demonstrated the best ways to find information in MS Teams and how to navigate teams, chats and files.
This session was presented by Senior Education Designer, Chris Rawson, who led a workshop on design thinking (in the context of designing learning) and using Lucidspark.
Earlier this year an online module on Creating your Portfolio for the Bachelor of Early Childhood Education was developed. This module encourages students to collect and store the evidence of their experiences in PebblePad (the new enterprise portfolio tool).In this session we will provide a tour of the module and discuss how it is designed to support students to recognise their professional responsibilities and showcase their work.
This Digital Demo took place on Tuesday 27 July. The session was presented by Library Cadet Olivia Larobina and Health Scholarly Services Librarian Lisa Grbin, who covered tips to increase activity in online environments.
This session was presented by Library Communications and Engagement Coordinator Amy Clarke, who discussed key tips for good written communication.
This session was presented by Digital learning Designer Ellyse Mitchell, who discussed retrospectives and reflective practice. Ellyse offered tips and demonstrated tools for running effective retros.
In this session, Research Librarian Marzieh Asgari takes us through Deakin's range of platforms (including Syncplicity) in which we can store our files and data. Marzieh takes into account different roles and requirements for your storage and shows the capabilities and limitations for each option.
In this digital demo, Senior Language and Learning Advisor Drew Roberts demonstrated the latest updates to the Deakin Guide to Referencing, with a focus on the Australian Harvard style.
In this Digital Demo session, Sarah Fennelly, Library Digital Designer, showcased the latest graphics in the Library Design System and how to use them to build a scene in H5P.
In this Digital Demo session, Terra Starbird, Digital Literacy Trainer at The Australian National University, discussed how to manage your digital identity.
In this Digital Demo session, Peter Gray, Copyright Manager and Luke Watsford, Copyright Officer, discussed copyright in relation to Feedback Fruits
This session was presented by Sarah Howard, Acting Manager of Library Service (Kelvin Grove campus) at QUT Library, who shared her project experiences on virtual realities.
View Sarah's interactive presentation on Thinglink.
In this Digital Demo session, DX Manager Danielle Johnson showcased the library's newly developed proto-personas. This session covered an overview of how the proto-personas were developed and how we might use them in our work.
In this Digital Demo session, Copyright Manager Peter Gray presents the recently created Copyright Modules for Students. These have been developed to support students' understanding of copyright basics, and how it impacts their studies and future careers in the workforce. Peter shared the process of putting these together with the Copyright Team and an overview of how these can be used in action. The recording is available here.
In this Digital Demo session Scholarly Services Librarian Dominique Coorey demonstrated LastPass. This session covered an overview of LastPass and some handy features of the resource. The session is available here.
In this Digital Demo session Copyright Advisor Luke Watsford demonstrated how to create gamified learning through the open source tool Twine. This session covered an overview of gamification, the basics of Twine, story edit mode and more. The recording is available here.
In this Digital Demo session Scholarly Services Librarian Josephine le Clerc demonstrated the image database Artstor Digital Library. This session covered an overview of the database, browsing image collections, the 360 interactive virtual panorama and more.
In this Digital Demo session Learning and Teaching Librarian Lizzy Delacretaz and Digital Experience Librarian Rachael Wilson demonstrated the latest updates to the Skills for Study webpage. This session covered the website design and structure, new content, what's to come, and how the project was undertaken.
In this Digital Demo session Communications and Engagement Coordinator Amy Clarke demonstrated the tool Outfit (Deakin University's online template system). This session covered using the platform, creating collateral and demonstrating the features/functionality.
In this Digital Demo session Library Adviser Specialist Eddie Pavuna demonstrated the infographic tool Venngage. This session covered navigating the tool, creating a new graphic and editing a template.
In this Digital Demo session Scholarly Services Librarian Angie Williamson demonstrated the Springshare tool LibWizard. This session covered accessing LibWizard, creating a quiz, survey and form, integration with LibGuides and feedback results. Note: This tool requires a subscription and is only accessible to Library staff.
In this Digital Demo session Research Librarian Caitlin Savage demonstrated the reference management tool Mendeley. This session covered the web version of Mendeley, the key differences between Mendeley and EndNote and the Mendeley guide.
In this Digital Demo session Library Adviser Officer Jessica Fulmer demonstrated the organisational tool Trello. This session covered navigating the tool, creating and editing boards and features such as power ups, labels and checklists.
In this Digital Demo session librarian Alyce Greenwood demonstrated the collaboration tool Microsoft Teams . This session covered setup and customisations, how the library is using this tool and key learnings.
In this Digital Demo session Associate University Librarian Dr Nicole Johnston discussed Fake news and Digital Literacy.
In this Digital Demo session librarians Marzieh Asgari and Lisa Grbin demonstrated the Microsoft tools Word and Excel. This session covered styles and formatting, page breaks, filter features and creating tables.
In this Digital Demo session Digital Experience Manager Danielle Johnson demonstrated the voice controlled smartphone app Deakin Genie. This session covered an overview of tool and the library's current presence within Deakin Genie.
In this Digital Demo session Communications and Engagement Coordinator Amy Clarke demonstrated the project management tool Airtable. This session covered examples of library-use, organising your data and syncing to a calendar.
In this Digital Demo session Learning and Teaching Librarian Lizzy Delacretaz demonstrated the virtual classroom tool Blackboard Collaborate Ultra. This covered accessing and setting up a session, features and functionality, and tips and tricks.
In this Digital Demo session Scholarly Services Librarian Louisa Sher discussed digital pedagogy. This covered problem-based learning, safe spaces to fail, case studies and tips.