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SPSS Descriptive Analysis and Bar Charts
 
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How to do some basic statistical analysis, looking at mean and standard deviations in SPSS 19 with Dr Jo Barton This screencast was created in Camtasia.
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SPSS Wilcoxon Rank Test
 
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Please note that comments are not moderated on this thread. If you have particular queries, please contact the relevant department tutor. Wilcoxon Rank Test in SPSS 19 with Dr Jo Barton. This screencast was created in Camtasia.
Views: 106440 uniessexit
SPSS Running a Mann Whitney U Test
 
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Running a Mann Whitney U Test in SPSS 19 with Dr Jo Barton. This screencast was created in Camtasia.
Views: 3126 uniessexit
SPSS An Independent between subjects T Test
 
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An Independant between subjects T Test in SPSS 19 with Dr Jo Barton. Also referred to as an unrelated T test. This screencast was created in Camtasia.
Views: 4179 uniessexit
Queries, charts and models - NVivo 10 at the University of Essex - Part 8/9
 
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NVivo is a powerful qualitative data and mixed methods research tool, the University provides this program to all students and staff for research and learning purposes. This screencast will discuss the various different models and charts NVivo provides to output your findings into an easier to understand format. This screencast series deals with: Introduction to NVivo 10 and how to get it - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pu7FojusICo Starting a project/the workspace - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ew6ZNVXl_I4 Working with transcripts - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eaqYC4UGKq8 Importing from online sources - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9cBVqjBQ10Q Coding sources - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FrXaSqez74g Retrieving data and Nodes - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V3m6Oi7llHI Survey data - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oipv6xqQfXg Creating reports - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MRU9DKhIU-I Sharing your findings - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=infIadAY_vM A playlist containing all videos in the series can be found at: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLkC5X1E9pDbRcfCPm3X-_G7hhuwVBLCpa Learning outcomes: • Develop a better understanding of how Nvivo works as a tool. • Find out how Nvivo can collect, organise and analyse content from a variety of sources. • Explore further functionality that will help you to use queries and present your findings in the form of graphs, models and reports. These screencasts make use of material prepared by Dr Annie Bryan. This screencast was made by the IT Training Team and feedback should be sent to [email protected]
Views: 4598 uniessexit
How to use a Doodle poll - an introduction by the University of Essex IT
 
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Learn how to schedule an event using Doodle.com, a popular online scheduling tool that doesn't require login. Doodle allows you to create polls about event dates quickly and easily, and the invite your guest list and have them select the date that best suites them. It runs on any platform with a web browser and it can show you a route to the event location. This screencast was created by Richard Howard, IT Training, University of Essex. This screencast was created using PowerPoint 2010 and Adobe Captivate.
Views: 12365 uniessexit
Using the PC and Projector in teaching rooms
 
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Audio Visual Services: How to use the PC and Projector in teaching rooms around Colchester Campus A visual walkthrough with spoken instructions by John Moore. This video was made by the MultiMedia Centre.
Views: 5926 uniessexit
Finding a book at the Albert Sloman Library
 
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Encore is the search engine powering the Albert Sloman Library, used for finding all Library resources, including books and ebooks. In this screencast we will discover the process of searching for a specific book, how to find a printed book in the Library and how to access e-books. We will also explore looking for books on a topic. Learning outcomes: • Understand how to search for materials using Encore. • Learn how different materials are organised/accessed. • Discover how to get through to online books. This screencast was demonstrated on Windows 7 and created using PowerPoint 2010, Audacity and Adobe Captivate.
Views: 3949 uniessexit
Sharing your findings - NVivo 10 at the University of Essex - Part 9/9
 
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NVivo is a powerful qualitative data and mixed methods research tool, the University provides this program to all students and staff for research and learning purposes. Finally this screencast will demonstrate the different ways NVivo can produce output's and reports of your data. It will look at how to produce standard reports as well as how to share your findings online. This screencast series deals with: Introduction to NVivo 10 and how to get it - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pu7FojusICo Starting a project/the workspace - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ew6ZNVXl_I4 Working with transcripts - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eaqYC4UGKq8 Importing from online sources - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9cBVqjBQ10Q Coding sources - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FrXaSqez74g Retrieving data and Nodes - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V3m6Oi7llHI Survey data - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oipv6xqQfXg Creating reports - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MRU9DKhIU-I Sharing your findings - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=infIadAY_vM A playlist containing all videos in the series can be found at: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLkC5X1E9pDbRcfCPm3X-_G7hhuwVBLCpa Learning outcomes: • Develop a better understanding of how Nvivo works as a tool. • Find out how Nvivo can collect, organise and analyse content from a variety of sources. • Explore further functionality that will help you to use queries and present your findings in the form of graphs, models and reports. These screencasts make use of material prepared by Dr Annie Bryan. This screencast was made by the IT Training Team and feedback should be sent to [email protected]
Views: 3321 uniessexit
Connecting to the wireless "eduroam" with Mac OSX
 
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This screencast offers step-by-step instructions on connecting your Mac OSX machine to the international eduroam network available at the University of Essex. These instructions are available both as on-screen follow-along steps, as well as audio guidance. Learning outcomes: • How to connect to eduroam, a wireless network at the University of Essex This screencast was created by Alyson Wilson, IT & Digital Skills Officer, IT Services at the University of Essex and is demonstrated using Mac OSX. This screencast was created using PowerPoint 2010, Audacity and Adobe Captivate and Camtasia. Subtitles are available for this video.
Views: 492 uniessexit
SPSS Setting up an SPSS datasheet
 
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How to set up a database in SPSS 19 with Dr Jo Barton. This screencast was created in Camtasia.
Views: 5094 uniessexit
Coding your sources - NVivo 10 at the University of Essex - Part 5/9
 
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NVivo is a powerful qualitative data and mixed methods research tool, the University provides this program to all students and staff for research and learning purposes. NVivo uses nodes to group up parts of sources that might share a theme or might be part of a certain category. In this screencast you will learn the meaning of a node, how to create them, and how to use them. It will also discuss the process of attributing data to a node A.K.A "coding" This screencast series deals with: Introduction to NVivo 10 and how to get it - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pu7FojusICo Starting a project/the workspace - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ew6ZNVXl_I4 Working with transcripts - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eaqYC4UGKq8 Importing from online sources - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9cBVqjBQ10Q Coding sources - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FrXaSqez74g Retrieving data and Nodes - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V3m6Oi7llHI Survey data - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oipv6xqQfXg Creating reports - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MRU9DKhIU-I Sharing your findings - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=infIadAY_vM A playlist containing all videos in the series can be found at: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLkC5X1E9pDbRcfCPm3X-_G7hhuwVBLCpa Learning outcomes: • Develop a better understanding of how Nvivo works as a tool. • Find out how Nvivo can collect, organise and analyse content from a variety of sources. • Explore further functionality that will help you to use queries and present your findings in the form of graphs, models and reports. These screencasts make use of material prepared by Dr Annie Bryan. This screencast was made by the IT Training Team and feedback should be sent to [email protected]
Views: 1280 uniessexit
Finding your Reading Lists on Talis Aspire
 
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This video tutorial will demonstrate how Students can access the University's online reading lists system - Talis Aspire. You will discover how to set up a profile to allow you to create and edit your reading lists. This screencast was originally originally created by John Stammers, University of Essex Library and was re-assembled by Alyson Wilson using PowerPoint 2010, Audacity, Adobe Captivate and Camtasia Studio 8. For more help on using Talis Aspire: http://www.essex.ac.uk/it/services/learning-technology/ Any other help, email libline: [email protected] To book onto the course "Online reading lists using Talis Aspire": http://www2.essex.ac.uk/iss/Training/fulldetails.asp?crs=tal
Views: 794 uniessexit
Using Transcripts - NVivo 10 at the University of Essex - Part 3/9
 
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NVivo is a powerful qualitative data and mixed methods research tool, the University provides this program to all students and staff for research and learning purposes. This screencast shows you some of the ways you can transcribe your video or audio files, to help with reading and viewing. It teaches you how to import your transcripts from pre-made files as well as creating new transcripts from within NVivo. This screencast series deals with: Introduction to NVivo 10 and how to get it - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pu7FojusICo Starting a project/the workspace - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ew6ZNVXl_I4 Working with transcripts - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eaqYC4UGKq8 Importing from online sources - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9cBVqjBQ10Q Coding sources - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FrXaSqez74g Retrieving data and Nodes - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V3m6Oi7llHI Survey data - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oipv6xqQfXg Creating reports - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MRU9DKhIU-I Sharing your findings - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=infIadAY_vM A playlist containing all videos in the series can be found at: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLkC5X1E9pDbRcfCPm3X-_G7hhuwVBLCpa Learning outcomes: • Develop a better understanding of how Nvivo works as a tool. • Find out how Nvivo can collect, organise and analyse content from a variety of sources. • Explore further functionality that will help you to use queries and present your findings in the form of graphs, models and reports. These screencasts make use of material prepared by Dr Annie Bryan. This screencast was made by the IT Training Team and feedback should be sent to [email protected]
Views: 5483 uniessexit
EndNote - an introduction with the University of Essex IT
 
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The use of EndNote with practitioners - why should you get training in EndNote? To understand how Endnote works as a tool and how it can help you to effectively organise and manage your bibliographies and references for your essays and articles. It will make your life easier! This video was made by the MultiMedia Centre
Views: 622 uniessexit
Integrating Reading Lists into Moodle Course Pages
 
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This video tutorial will demonstrate how to access the University's online reading lists system - Talis Aspire. You will discover how to set up a profile to allow you to create and edit reading lists. This screencast was originally created by Will Whitehead, Frontrunner - University of Essex Library using PowerPoint 2010, Audacity and Adobe Captivate. It was re-assembled by Alyson Wilson, IT & Digital Skills Officer, using Powerpoint 2010 and Camtasia Studio 8. For more help on using Talis Aspire: http://www.essex.ac.uk/it/services/learning-technology/ Any other help, email libline: [email protected] To book onto the course "Online reading lists using Talis Aspire": http://www2.essex.ac.uk/iss/Training/fulldetails.asp?crs=tal Subtitles are available for this video.
Views: 223 uniessexit
Connecting to the wireless "eduroam" with Windows 8
 
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This screencast offers step-by-step instructions on connecting your Windows (8) machine to the international eduroam network available at the University of Essex. These instructions are available both as on-screen follow-along steps, as well as audio guidance. Learning outcomes: • How to connect to eduroam, a wireless network at the University of Essex This screencast was created by Mihail Morosan, IT Training & Engagement, University of Essex and is demonstrated using Windows 8. This screencast was created using PowerPoint 2010, CamStudio and Movie Maker.
Views: 546 uniessexit
Navigating NVivo 10 - NVivo 10 at the University of Essex - Part 2/9
 
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NVivo is a powerful qualitative data and mixed methods research tool, the University provides this program to all students and staff for research and learning purposes. This screencast shows viewers how to navigate the NVivo user interface, how to create a new projects and how to import sources into this project. The screencast also discusses some of the advantages to doing collaborative working as well as the various methods nvivo allows you to do this. This screencast series deals with: Introduction to NVivo 10 and how to get it - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pu7FojusICo Starting a project/the workspace - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ew6ZNVXl_I4 Working with transcripts - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eaqYC4UGKq8 Importing from online sources - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9cBVqjBQ10Q Coding sources - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FrXaSqez74g Retrieving data and Nodes - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V3m6Oi7llHI Survey data - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oipv6xqQfXg Creating reports - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MRU9DKhIU-I Sharing your findings - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=infIadAY_vM A playlist containing all videos in the series can be found at: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLkC5X1E9pDbRcfCPm3X-_G7hhuwVBLCpa Learning outcomes: • Develop a better understanding of how Nvivo works as a tool. • Find out how Nvivo can collect, organise and analyse content from a variety of sources. • Explore further functionality that will help you to use queries and present your findings in the form of graphs, models and reports. These screencasts make use of material prepared by Dr Annie Bryan. This screencast was made by the IT Training Team and feedback should be sent to [email protected]
Views: 1157 uniessexit
FASER submission process - submitting coursework online
 
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FASer is the new coursework submission system used at the University of Essex for handling a multiple number of coursework related tasks. In this screencast we highlight changes that the coursework system has undergone in order to be updated to FASer, as well as the process of submitting files onto FASer as part of a mock assessment. Learning outcomes: • Understanding the reasons for the change from OCS to FASer as a student • Discover the changes that FASer has undergone • Learn the process of submitting assignments via FASer For updates regarding FASer please view the Project MEFE blog https://blogs.essex.ac.uk/projectmefe or sign up to the Project MEFE moodle page https://moodle.essex.ac.uk/course/view.php?id=3202 This screencast was created by Richard Howard, frontrunner plus, IT Training and Engagement team, University of Essex and is demonstrated using Windows 7 and Google Chrome. This screencast was created using PowerPoint 2010, Audacity and Adobe Captivate. For any issues regarding FASer please use the contact us page on the left hand side within FASer or contact the IT helpdesk.
Views: 1622 uniessexit
Organising and using nodes - NVivo 10 at the University of Essex - Part 6/9
 
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NVivo is a powerful qualitative data and mixed methods research tool, the University provides this program to all students and staff for research and learning purposes. In this screencast we will look at nodes more in-depth, how they are used and how to organize them. This screencast series deals with: Introduction to NVivo 10 and how to get it - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pu7FojusICo Starting a project/the workspace - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ew6ZNVXl_I4 Working with transcripts - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eaqYC4UGKq8 Importing from online sources - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9cBVqjBQ10Q Coding sources - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FrXaSqez74g Retrieving data and Nodes - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V3m6Oi7llHI Survey data - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oipv6xqQfXg Creating reports - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MRU9DKhIU-I Sharing your findings - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=infIadAY_vM A playlist containing all videos in the series can be found at: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLkC5X1E9pDbRcfCPm3X-_G7hhuwVBLCpa Learning outcomes: • Develop a better understanding of how Nvivo works as a tool. • Find out how Nvivo can collect, organise and analyse content from a variety of sources. • Explore further functionality that will help you to use queries and present your findings in the form of graphs, models and reports. These screencasts make use of material prepared by Dr Annie Bryan. This screencast was made by the IT Training Team and feedback should be sent to [email protected]
Views: 2720 uniessexit
Sending large files using Dropbox and ZendTo
 
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This screencast will explain the limitations of sending large files by conventional methods such as email and explore alternative technology that solves these problems. Dropbox can be found at: https://www.dropbox.com/ ZendTo can be found at: https://zendto.essex.ac.uk/ Learning Outcomes: • Understand the limitations of email file sharing and why these are in place. • Explore alternative technology that solves these problems. • Discover how to use the provided ZendTo technology to send files via the internet. This screencast was made by the IT Training Team and feedback should be sent to [email protected]
Views: 1425 uniessexit
Surveys as sources - NVivo 10 at the University of Essex - Part 7/9
 
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NVivo is a powerful qualitative data and mixed methods research tool, the University provides this program to all students and staff for research and learning purposes. NVivo allows you to use surveys as a source of data. This screencast will teach you how to import data from a survey, how to manipulate it and how to code it into nodes. It will also touch on the facilities NVivo has to perform auto-coding and NVivo's node classification features. This screencast series deals with: Introduction to NVivo 10 and how to get it - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pu7FojusICo Starting a project/the workspace - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ew6ZNVXl_I4 Working with transcripts - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eaqYC4UGKq8 Importing from online sources - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9cBVqjBQ10Q Coding sources - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FrXaSqez74g Retrieving data and Nodes - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V3m6Oi7llHI Survey data - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oipv6xqQfXg Creating reports - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MRU9DKhIU-I Sharing your findings - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=infIadAY_vM A playlist containing all videos in the series can be found at: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLkC5X1E9pDbRcfCPm3X-_G7hhuwVBLCpa Learning outcomes: • Develop a better understanding of how Nvivo works as a tool. • Find out how Nvivo can collect, organise and analyse content from a variety of sources. • Explore further functionality that will help you to use queries and present your findings in the form of graphs, models and reports. These screencasts make use of material prepared by Dr Annie Bryan. This screencast was made by the IT Training Team and feedback should be sent to [email protected]
Views: 1543 uniessexit
Reserving Books Online - University of Essex
 
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Encore is the library search engine, used for finding all Library resources. In this screencast we will discover the different types of reservations for different categories of books, and show how and when to make online reservations for library material online using Encore. This screencast was created by Ross Whitley, Senior Library Assistant, University of Essex Library, and was created using PowerPoint 2010, Audacity and Adobe Captivate.
Views: 475 uniessexit
PowerPoint and Flipping the Lecture - an introduction by University of Essex IT
 
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Christopher Reynolds and Zain Yaqoob talking about introducing slightly more dynamic elements into PowerPoint to enrich the learning experience for students. Professor Reynolds also introduces the concept of flipping the lecture in which he supplies teaching materials before the allotted time slot for a lecture so materials can be discussed more interactively during the seminar style lecture. This video was created by the MultiMedia Centre
Views: 407 uniessexit
How to Connect to the Lynda App on a Mobile Device
 
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This video tutorial will demonstrate how you can access Lynda.com via the mobile app. This screencast was created by Alyson Wilson using PowerPoint 2010, Adobe Photoshop, an iPhone 6 and Camtasia. Subtitles are available for this video.
Views: 236 uniessexit
Online marking 5 - Annotating submissions
 
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Annotating and commenting on student submissions directly in your web browser.
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Using Web Print - How to print to PC labs from your own device
 
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Our Web Print service allows you to print from your personal laptop or wireless device using a web browser. This screencast offers step by step instructions on how to do just that. Key points: • Accessing Web Print • Selecting the most convenient printer • Uploading Documents This screencast was created by Mihail Morosan, IT Training and Engagement team frontrunner, University of Essex. This screencast was created using PowerPoint 2010, Audacity and Adobe Captivate.
Views: 202 uniessexit
Just a taste of some of our instructional videos at the University of Essex
 
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We have loads of useful training videos for Freshers. This is just a sample of the many topics we cover on our channel - uniessexit.
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EndNote X7 at the University of Essex
 
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EndNote is a software by Thomson Reuters used to track your references and import these into a Microsoft Word or Open/LibreOffice document using the desired referencing format. In this screencast we will talk about getting EndNote from the University of Essex and finding resources on how to use it. Learning outcomes: • Understand how to acquire EndNote license from the ISS at the University of Essex • Finding the correct resources to learn how to use EndNote in an efficient manner • Learning how to access the internal courses for EndNote and other productivity tools This screencast was created by Mihail Morosan, IT Training and Engagement team frontrunner, University of Essex and is demonstrated using Windows 7 and EndNote X7. This screencast was created using PowerPoint 2010, Audacity and Adobe Captivate.
Views: 310 uniessexit
How to connect remotely to your office PC using OpenVPN on Windows
 
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OpenVPN is a piece of software used to create a virtual private network between various computers. It is used at the University of Essex to allow staff members (and some postgraduates) to fully access their office machine while at home or away.
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Using the PC, Projector and AV equipment in a Multi-Campus teaching room
 
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Audio Visual Services: How to use the audio visual set up in the Multi-Campus Teaching rooms around Colchester Campus A visual walkthrough with spoken instructions by Anna Smith. This video was made by the MultiMedia Centre.
Views: 558 uniessexit
How to Integrate Lynda.com Videos into Moodle
 
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This video tutorial will demonstrate how you can integrate Lynda.com videos directly into Moodle. This screencast was created by Alyson Wilson using PowerPoint 2010, Moodle, Lynda.com, Audacity and Camtasia. Link: https://www.lynda.com/portal/lti/playlist Link: https://www.lynda.com/portal/lti/course Subtitles are available for this video.
Views: 920 uniessexit
Who's Using Lynda.com? Josh O'Connor from the Students' Union
 
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This video testimonial, shows Josh O'Connor, 2016 outgoing VP of Services & Communication at University of Essex and how helpful Lynda.com can be by equipping you with the skills which can ultimately make you more employable. This video was created by Alyson Wilson using a Panasonic video cam, PowerPoint 2010, Audacity, Camtasia and After Effects. To find out more about Lynda.com at the University of Essex, check out this video: https://youtu.be/IQFzGEksLGs
Views: 148 uniessexit
University of Essex IT: Spam, Phishing, Spoofing, Malware and other stupid "IT" words talk
 
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Exerpt from Matt Softly, ISS Southend talk titled: "Spam, Phishing, Spoofing, Malware and other stupid "IT" words that I have to try and talk about seriously" delivered in May 2012 to an audience at the Southend Campus. We've used the Panopto service here to capture audio and screen output from the seminar, then used Camtasia screen capture software to screen grab the Panopto video and create a version for YouTube. The presentation was created using Prezi. Contact details for University of Essex memebrs if you do find yourself victim of the topics covered are: Colchester campus: [email protected] x2345 Southend campus: [email protected] x8341
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Importing from online sources - NVivo 10 at the University of Essex - Part 4/9
 
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NVivo is a powerful qualitative data and mixed methods research tool, the University provides this program to all students and staff for research and learning purposes. When using Qualitative research methodologies you might find that more and more of your data comes from online sources and social media. This screencast introduces the tools NVivio has to allow users to capture data from online sites such as Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, ect. This screencast series deals with: Introduction to NVivo 10 and how to get it - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pu7FojusICo Starting a project/the workspace - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ew6ZNVXl_I4 Working with transcripts - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eaqYC4UGKq8 Importing from online sources - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9cBVqjBQ10Q Coding sources - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FrXaSqez74g Retrieving data and Nodes - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V3m6Oi7llHI Survey data - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oipv6xqQfXg Creating reports - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MRU9DKhIU-I Sharing your findings - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=infIadAY_vM A playlist containing all videos in the series can be found at: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLkC5X1E9pDbRcfCPm3X-_G7hhuwVBLCpa Learning outcomes: • Develop a better understanding of how Nvivo works as a tool. • Find out how Nvivo can collect, organise and analyse content from a variety of sources. • Explore further functionality that will help you to use queries and present your findings in the form of graphs, models and reports. These screencasts make use of material prepared by Dr Annie Bryan. This screencast was made by the IT Training Team and feedback should be sent to [email protected]
Views: 965 uniessexit
A guided tour of PC labs at the University of Essex
 
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Come along on a guided tour of the PC labs on the University of Essex Colchester campus. 0:15 : Labs, C,K,M,A,N 4:20 : Labs, G,D,C 6:05 : Labs, F,H,I,B 8:40 : Lab O
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Getting started with HR Organiser at the University of Essex
 
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This screencast shows the process of using the HR Organiser system to manage your payroll and other information.
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Getting Started with Online Reading Lists
 
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This video tutorial will demonstrate how to access the University's online reading lists system - Talis Aspire. You will discover how to set up a profile to allow you to create and edit reading lists. This screencast was originally created by Emma Wisher, Subject Librarian, University of Essex Library using PowerPoint 2010, Audacity and Adobe Captivate. It was re-assembled by Alyson Wilson, IT & Digital Skills Officer, using Powerpoint 2010 and Camtasia Studio 8. For more help on using Talis Aspire: http://www.essex.ac.uk/it/services/learning-technology/ Any other help, email libline: [email protected] To book onto the course "Online reading lists using Talis Aspire": http://www2.essex.ac.uk/iss/Training/fulldetails.asp?crs=tal
Views: 346 uniessexit
Connecting to the wireless "eduroam" on your iphone or ipad device
 
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How to connect to the University of Essex wireless service with on screen instructions. For more help with your wireless connection please visit the IT Helpdesk off square 4 at the Colchester Campus or on floor 3 at Southend. This video was made by the MultiMedia centre.
Views: 868 uniessexit
Connecting to the wireless "eduroam" with an iPhone or iPad
 
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This screencast offers step-by-step instructions on connecting iPhone or iPad to the international eduroam network available at the University of Essex. These instructions are available both as on-screen follow-along steps, as well as audio guidance. Learning outcomes: • How to connect to eduroam, a wireless network at the University of Essex This screencast was created by Alyson Wilson, IT & Digital Skills Officer, IT Services at the University of Essex and is demonstrated using an iPhone 6, with screenshots from James Padovani from the IT Helpdesk. This screencast was created using PowerPoint 2010, Audacity, Camtasia and an iPhone 6. Subtitles are available for this video.
Views: 272 uniessexit
Finding the full text of an article - University of Essex
 
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This tutorial will demonstrate the steps involved in searching for and finding the full text of an article using Encore, the University of Essex's Library search engine. This screencast was created by Clare French, Subject Librarian, University of Essex Library and was created using Powerpoint 2010, Audacity and Adobe Captivate.
Views: 1195 uniessexit
Getting NVivo 10 at the University of Essex - Part 1/9
 
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NVivo is a powerful qualitative data and mixed methods research tool, the University provides this program to all students and staff for research and learning purposes. This introduction screencast teaches users what NVivo does, Why you would use NVivo with your Qualitative analysis and some of the features NVivo offers. It goes into the meaning of CAQDAS and why you would want to use them compared to doing the data analysis yourself. This screencast series deals with: Introduction to NVivo 10 and how to get it - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pu7FojusICo Starting a project/the workspace - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ew6ZNVXl_I4 Working with transcripts - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eaqYC4UGKq8 Importing from online sources - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9cBVqjBQ10Q Coding sources - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FrXaSqez74g Retrieving data and Nodes - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V3m6Oi7llHI Survey data - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oipv6xqQfXg Creating reports - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MRU9DKhIU-I Sharing your findings - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=infIadAY_vM A playlist containing all videos in the series can be found at: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLkC5X1E9pDbRcfCPm3X-_G7hhuwVBLCpa Learning outcomes: • Develop a better understanding of how Nvivo works as a tool. • Find out how Nvivo can collect, organise and analyse content from a variety of sources. • Explore further functionality that will help you to use queries and present your findings in the form of graphs, models and reports. These screencasts make use of material prepared by Dr Annie Bryan. This screencast was made by the IT Training Team and feedback should be sent to [email protected]
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The Big Three eLearning resources by the Learning Technology Team at the University of Essex
 
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The Learning Technology Team are part of Information System services at the University of Essex. In this video they introduce the Big Three eLearning resources which are: - Moodle: the virtual learning environment; - FASer: the Feedback Assessment Submission electronic repository; and - Listen Again: the lecture capture service.
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Online marking and administration - Similarity Reports
 
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A look at the FASER similarity checking and a walk through the reports.
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The Listen Again Service - an introduction by University of Essex IT
 
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An introduction to the Listen Again service at the University of Essex, piloted last year this service will be in over 80 teaching rooms 2012-13. Hear an overview by Professor Jules Pretty before hearing from members of the Student Union body and international students about it's benefits. This video was made by the MultiMedia Centre
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How to Restore a File or Folder (from an Essex Uni File Store)
 
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This video tutorial will demonstrate how you can restore a lost or corrupt file or folder from an Essex University file store. This screencast was created by Alyson Wilson using PowerPoint 2010, Windows 7, Audacity and Camtasia. Backup and Restore Webpage: https://www.essex.ac.uk/it/services/file-storage-and-sharing/default.aspx?tab=3 Request a file restore (when unable to do it yourself): https://www.essex.ac.uk/it/services/forms/request-file-restore/ Subtitles are available for this video.
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Online Marking 4 - Giving Feedback to Individuals
 
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How to give feedback to individual students
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Accessing Listen Again through RSS feeds
 
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This screencast offers step-by-step instructions on accessing Listen Again through RSS feeds at the University of Essex. These instructions are available both as on-screen follow-along steps, as well as audio guidance. To find out more and to download Slick RSS: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/slick-rss/ealjoljnibpdkocmldliaoojpgdkcdob?hl=en
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Listen Again for students: Using Panopto
 
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Panopto is an interactive service for listening to your recorded lectures, available through Listen Again
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Finding a book (Southend) using ELAN and Encore
 
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There are two search engines for Library users in Southend, ELAN for books at The Forum, and Encore for eBooks and books in Colchester. In this screencast we will show how to access and search both resources, in order to make use of all the books available. This screencast was created by Greg Bennett, subject librarian, University of Essex Library was created using Powerpoint 2010, Audacity and Adobe Captivate.
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