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2020: The year of Discussion

The Digiknow blog post from last week looked at: OneNote in Education. OneNote Class Notebook is great for creating and disseminating content to students. A variety of media can be use in student learning. This week, DigiKnow will look at the role of discussion to help engage students. Initially, we Read more…

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Photoshop: Basic Editing

Over the last number of weeks, DigiKnow has written a number of blogs on different photography elements: composition and automatic mode, Program Mode: exposure compensation and white balance, depth of field and aperture, shutter speeds (aperture/shutter relationship) and a number of shutter speed techniques: zoom burst and painting with light, Read more…

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Shutter Techniques – Part 3

Last week, DigiKnow looked at two slow shutter techniques: ghosting and double exposures. These techniques used slow shutters and tripods. With both techniques the camera was static whilst subjects moved. In this weeks post, we continue with another two techniques that use slow shutter speeds: panning (background or motion blur) Read more…

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MS Teams – Top Tips

Yesterday, DigiKnow posted two blogs on Teaching at a Distance – MS Teams and Recording Lectures in PowerPoint. Teaching and meetings at a distance are made easier using MS Teams (via Office 365). Here’s a few tips to help teachers and staff using MS Teams. Be sensible Teachers – take Read more…

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Composition and Program Mode

Last week, we looked at Image Composition and Automatic Mode. Digiknow continues the theme of making images by providing another two compositions and introducing you to two changeable features using the Program Mode. Let’s get started! Compositions Symmetry Symmetry is interesting and can be used horizontally, vertically and diagonally. Think Read more…