Digital capabilities

Tech’ top tips – #12. Making the computer work for you

Tweet This tip is provided by the Centre for Enhancing Learning through Technology (CELT). Whether on campus or when using Windows 10 at home, a number of accessibility options are available for colleagues and students to tailor the PC for specific needs. To open the Windows 10 Ease of Access centre click on the Start button and type ‘Ease’ or use the Windows key + I keyboard shortcut and click on Ease of Access. In here you will find a number of options that relate to the PC reading screen content, a built in magnifier and the option to select one of ... read more

Tech’ top tips – #10. Imagine a world of IT training at your fingertips

Tweet This tip is provided by the Centre for Enhancing Learning through Technology (CELT). All DMU colleagues and students are eligible to complete IT Training with the Microsoft Imagine Academy. Whether it be brushing up on your word processing skills to learning about servers, databases and networking; the Microsoft Imagine Academy offers around 1,300 courses that are available in a number of languages. Students and colleagues can enrol on up to three Microsoft courses simultaneously, further details and the full catalogue can be viewed here ... read more

CELT student workshop – Find out about iDEA – Inspiring Digital Enterprise Award

Tweet Do you know about this iDEA? This session will give you an introduction to iDEA – the Duke of York Inspiring Digital Enterprise Award. This free online recognised award allows you to develop a range of digital skills which can assist you with your studies, employability and beyond university. Come along to an  introductory workshop to find out how to get started and find out more. Just book here onto a CELT workshop   read more