Digiknow sessions for Trinity term 2021

These free Digiknow sessions, run by assistive technology expert, Dominik Lukeš, will help you produce more approachable and accessible documents and presentations.

You will also learn how you and your students can take advantage of the latest technology to support your reading, writing, and organising of studies.

New Digiknow sessions

Digiknow: Writing more readable and actionable documents: Formatting and language

Do you want people to read your documents more quickly, understand them better, and take action? This session will cover key principles of readable formatting and readable language.

Thu 6 May 2021, 12.30 PM - 1.30 PM

🛒 Register (free)

Digiknow: Creating mind maps, flowcharts, and infographics with everyday tools

Learn how you can create powerful graphics with the tools you already use. This session will demonstrate how to 1. conceptualise the structure of your text or presentation and 2. how to share these concepts with your audience in a comprehensible way using various graphical representations.

Thu 20 May 2021, 12.30 PM - 1.30 PM

🛒 Register (free)

Digiknow: PowerPoint - New and old features to increase impact and productivity

This session is for new and long-time PowerPoint users who would like to improve their PowerPoint design and take advantage of the latest features to improve their productivity.

Thu 3 Jun 2021, 12.30 PM - 1.30 PM

🛒 Register (free)

Digiknow: Reading, writing and study skills: Technology you should know

These tech tips and strategies will help all who feel they are struggling to keep up with all their reading or find it hard to produce academic writing on time, with the help of free or cheap tech tools.

Thu 17 Jun 2021, 12.30 PM - 1.30 PM

🛒 Register (free)

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