A collection of IRISS practical guidebooks covering various subjects.
Creative storyboarding is a great way to bring a story to life. The technique dates back to the 1930s when it was widely used by Walt Disney and today it is still an integral part of film and theatre production (read more at Wikipedia).
As well as Advanced Search, Google also offers a number of other search tools such as Scholar, books, blogs, videos and images. You can even go shopping if you wish!
According to Jane Hart, the author of the Social Learning Handbook, working is “no longer about knowing how to do things, but knowing where to find out how to do things”.
RSS, short for Really Simple Syndication, is a really 'simple' way of managing news. It is also known as 'news feeds', 'web feeds' or just 'feeds'.
Social bookmarking is a great way to store, organise, manage and share bookmarks to online resources. Social bookmarking systems allow users to save links to web pages or resources that they want to remember and/or share with specific groups of people.
Digital storytelling is a recent term that refers to the use of digital tools to help capture and disseminate people's 'true stories' in a compelling and emotionally engaging way. These stories are normally short (under 10 minutes), and are usually made available online. This IRISS how-to guide aims to help with the more technical aspects of capturing these stories, and filming interviews more generally.