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Learn Hacks

Author: Andy Tattersall (University of Sheffield) (University of Sheffield)
Description: The animations are all based around the themes of productivity, curation, discovery, collaboration, impact and transferable skills. It is to highlight the many ways students can engage with technology to improve their learning experience.
Estimated activity time: 3 minutes
Type of media: Video
Licence: Creative Commons BY-NC-SA 3.0
(This resource can be freely repurposed and reused)
Category: Academic Writing Critical Thinking and Reflection Digital Literacy Independent Learning Learning at University Oral Communication Time Management Visual Literacy and Creativity
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This is a series of animated videos called Learn Hacks designed to help students from Undergraduate level to PhD to take advantage of technologies, tools and ideas to maximise their work.

Contributor's comments on the use of this resource:

There has been good feedback about this series and others in regards to these 'Research Hacks' and 'App Hacks'. The author has chosen the following five favourites from the original series (note that these are video resources and the download options allow you to save the MP4 files to your computer to use with other software in your teaching):

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