Category: On-line resources

  • Good quality CC licensed images you are free to use Good quality CC licensed images you are free to use

    Wood Frame Mini Chalk Board: CC0 licensed image by Making web site of Twitter posts attractive needs good images, and looks a good source of quality, free stock photos if you don’t have anything else available.  They’re all free to use for personal or commercial purposes under a Creative Commons licence. If you’re using the Featured Posts Grid or Slider in the Twenty Fourteen theme, this is an ideal way of quickly finding appropriate images to illustrate those posts which don’t include your own photograph.

  • Have You Tried YouTube’s Slideshow Creator?

    Have You Tried YouTube’s Slideshow Creator?

    YouTube’s for sharing videos, right? So that big Upload button in my YouTube account will be for uploading video files. What else could it be for? The surprising answer is that it’s now a place we can go to not just upload videos we’ve already made, but upload images and use them to create new […]

  • eduBuzz “Limesurvey” online survey system upgraded

    The eduBuzz Limesurvey system is now running the latest software version, v1.91. You can find out about the new features in this version over on the Limesurvey web site. It also fixes some bugs in earlier versions. Although known mainly for its use in surveying P6 and S2 students each year, this is a powerful […]

  • Interactive E-safety Game

    There’s a new internet safety game for 8 – 10 year olds called ‘Star Riders’ from the people at Thinkuknow. This interactive game requires the user to answer questions about internet safety to increase the amount of time they have to collect stars and avoid nasty icons.  There’s a leader board to encourage users to improve.  […]

  • How to upload a video to You Tube

    Have a look here if you need a reminder on how to upload a video to You Tube.  You can then use the link in a post on your website. Uploading a Video to You Tube