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DigitalEd – Digital Tools

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This is a directory of digital resources, tools, apps, and software that can be used to enhance the digital teaching and learning experience in third-level education. A variety of tools are featured, including resources focused on website creation, video conferencing, and quiz making, among others.

Stewart Library – Boolean Operators

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This is a two-minute video from Stewart Library on how to use Boolean operators, simple words (AND, OR, NOT or AND NOT) used as conjunctions to combine or exclude keywords in a search, resulting in more focused and productive results when using a search engine.

William Goodwin – Choosing The Right Search Terms

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This is a short YouTube video by William Goodwin explaining how to choose the right search terms when using a search engine in order to get the most relevant findings.

Berkeley Library – Evaluating Resources

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This web page from Berkeley Library helps students to evaluate the resources they use and explain why a particular source is a good fit for their research project.

DigiLanguages

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DigiLanguages is a project funded by Ireland’s National Forum for the Enhancement of Teaching & Learning, which aims to offer flexible support for language learners during various transition periods. The site provides a series of mini-lessons on various topics.

Learning In A Digital Age

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This resource consists of several micro courses focused on learning in a digital age, digital literacies for online learning, digital citizenship, open education, copyright, open licensing, media literacies, and digital skills. These courses can help grow your digital competencies and improve your capacity as a digital learner.

How To Add A Creative Commons License To Your Work

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This YouTube video takes you through the process of adding Creative Commons licensing to your work.

How To Choose An Open License

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This is a guidance document from the National Forum for Teaching and Learning’s Open Educational Resources series. It advises academic staff on choosing the best Creative Commons license for their needs.