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7 Unique Ways to Enhance Windows 10 With Microsoft PowerToys Microsoft launched the initial version of PowerToys for Windows 95 to give power users improved productivity and customization features. It returned for Windows XP but wasn’t seen again until 2019, when the newest flavor of PowerToys was made available for Windows 10. Filled with an array of utilities, PowerToys is designed to enhance and improve Windows 10 in very specific and useful ways. Audacity® Audacity is a free, easy-to-use, multi-track audio editor and recorder for Windows, Mac OS X, GNU/Linux and other operating systems. The interface is translated into many languages. You can use Audacity to: Record live audio.Record computer playback on any Windows Vista or later machine.Convert tapes and records into digital recordings or CDs.Edit WAV, AIFF, FLAC, MP2, MP3 or Ogg Vorbis sound files.AC3, M4A/M4R (AAC), WMA and other formats supported using optional libraries.Cut, copy, splice or mix sounds together.Numerous effects including change the speed or pitch of a recording.And more!

Pedagogy and Technology from a Postdigital Perspective – Teaching Matters blog In this post, Deputy Programme Director of the MSc in Clinical Education and part-time tutor on the MSc in Digital Education Tim Fawns describes a postdigital view of pedagogy and technology in which technology and digital “things” are seen as always connected to the settings, people and practices in which they are situated… (Thanks to Gill Aitken, Derek Jones and Michael Gallagher for their input to this post). I have heard lots of colleagues over the years say that pedagogy should drive technology, rather than vice versa. This is neatly illustrated by Michael Sankey’s image of the horse of pedagogy driving the cart of technology. However, for me, this is a false dichotomy. Pedagogy and technology are not separate because pedagogy is not just method, and technology is not just a vehicle for performing that method.

5 Great Online Tools for Creating Infographics Professional infographic designers rely primarily on a core vector graphics software program to create their infographics designs. The main advantage is that all the icons, charts, images, illustrations, and data visualizations are treated as separate objects that can be easily moved, resized, overlapped, and rotated. No matter where you create the individual design elements, the final infographic design is usually put together in a vector graphics program. Creating infographics using online tools has never been easier. In the last few years a number of online tools have emerged that allow anyone to create great visual content. Whether you are working on a project for work, personal use, or social media, each new project starts with a template.

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Digital strategy in an age of remote learning A free guide to creating a digital strategy for your school has been updated and republished taking into account the new landscape of remote learning. It has been written by SecEd editorial board member Al Kingsley, who is chair of a multi-academy trust and MD of ed-tech company NetSupport, and ICT expert and former school leader Mark Anderson. The guide considers the purposeful use of technology, its links to pedagogy, IT infrastructure, finance and budgets, SEND, safeguarding, working with governors and a number of other areas. New additions to the guide in light of the Covid-19 pandemic and the national lockdown include information and advice on the challenges and solutions to remote teaching and learning.

8 Awesome Mashups Made Possible by APIs This series is supported by PayPal X Innovate 2009, PayPal’s first dedicated developer conference. Register for $49 with the code ppblog3 or join us at $50 if you are a student. We here at Mashable are big fans of mashup services — it's our name, after all! And at the heart of almost all of these mashups is a term you'll see frequently thrown around related to web services: APIs, or application programming interfaces. In this feature we'll celebrate some of the great mashups we know and love that were made possible by the existence of APIs. We know there are metric tons more great mashups out there, so be sure to let us know your favorites in the comments too.