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Re: Any schools using Solidworks?
Hi Ros I would recommend having a look at Onshape in the browser. This is a pretty capable tool which would allow learners to work at home and school. Sort of like google docs where you can collabo...
— dave winter 2020-12-11 08:28:31
Re: [MLE] Any schools using Solidworks?
Heya Ros, HP ProBook 450 G5 - Intel i5-8250u (quad core, 1.6 GHz), 16GB, with dedicated 1gb graphics. Bought in mid 2018. You have to go minimum 16gb RAM and have a graphics card these days now wit...
— Stephen Hobdell 2020-12-02 22:55:37
Re: [MLE] Any schools using Solidworks?
Thanks for the info, Stephen. We have just discovered our PCs are underspec'd for the 2019 version. The machines are not due for replacing until the end of next year and we can't source mor...
— Ros Lee 2020-12-02 22:17:08
Re: [MLE] Any schools using Solidworks?
Heya Ros, Yes, we use SolidWorks here. 😉 Version 2019-2020, with a server network license (NOT byod) AND home license. Next April I will reimage the graphic laptops to be version 2020-2021 inste...
— Stephen Hobdell 2020-12-02 22:02:20
Any schools using Solidworks?
Any schools currently using Solidworks for senior Graphics and if so, which version? If not, what do you use instead? Thanks Ros Lee Head of IT Services T. +64 7 576 2316 ext. 744 |
— Ros Lee 2020-12-02 21:39:45
Lest We Forget: Teaching WW1 Lessons with Minecraft:EE
Kia ora koutou, I wanted to let you know that there are some new awesome lessons for Minecraft:EE covering the WW1 conflict - this could be a great "mini unit" for end of year activities...
— Sam McNeill 2020-11-01 22:21:27
Re: Live streaming school events
Hi Ros As we are a google school, we are using google meet for anything internal/external for this, eg large assemblies that need to be projected into classrooms via meet, and in the future also th...
— Richard Symon 2020-10-15 20:07:15
Re: Live streaming school events
Last school I worked at we used and it was pretty easy - lots of good stats and data around viewing etc, and easy to create clips of specific parts of an assembly. Defin...
— Sam McNeill 2020-10-15 19:12:57
Re: [MLE] Live streaming school events
Hi Ros. You can use streamyard which will stream to an unlisted youtube or fb or steam. But as others have mentioned if you go through youtube it may pick up copywritten music. Best regards Steve O...
— Steve Smith 2020-10-15 09:56:27
Re: [MLE] Live streaming school events
You can also use specifically Creative Commons-licensed music if you want to avoid the cost/complexity of licencing music. For other content that might otherwise requir...
— Dave Lane 2020-10-15 05:44:44
Re: [MLE] Live streaming school events
Hi Ros, For certain content (using music) you may need a license if you’ve streaming. Cheers, Shaun On Thu, 15 Oct 2020 at 4:53 PM, Ro...
— Hillcrest 2020-10-15 05:14:13
Re: [MLE] Live streaming school events
Hi Ros, in a previous life I had Richard Naylor from R2 or do some work for me. He is a well-respected fellow down my way in Internet circles...
— William Hamilton 2020-10-15 04:39:10
Re: [MLE] Live streaming school events
OBS is a widely used tool, multi platform, free and open source. The streaming service you use can be a problem if the event has got protected material, e.g a group perf...
— Mike Etheridge 2020-10-15 04:15:39
Live streaming school events
Is there anyone in this group I could chat to about live streaming school events, eg concerts, prizegivings etc to a public audience? I'm interested in privacy implications, potential for misus...
— Ros Lee 2020-10-15 03:53:37
Re: [MLE] Anyone else still waiting on internet connections ordered during Alert Level 4?
Dont get me going Vern Dempster | Manager Information Services and L3Web Teacher | Ph. +64 9 425 8039 ext 721 | 021 769 314 On 1/09/2020, at 11:08 AM, Ros Lee <
— Vern Dempster 2020-08-31 23:30:22

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— Paul Seiler 2011-07-16 07:33:33
An informative discussion on OER in tertiary
— Paul Seiler 2011-07-10 02:59:15
Re: [OERNZ] Great video explain the Creative Commons licenses
And thanks to Creative Commons Aotearoa -- you are FREE to share with all NZ schools :-) W On Wed, Jul 6, 2011 at 1:45 PM, nathaN P <> wrote: > Thanks Wayne - informativ...
— Wayne Mackintosh 2011-07-06 01:51:29
Re: [OERNZ] Great video explain the Creative Commons licenses
Thanks Wayne - informative stuff. The Creative Commons AotearoaNZ video is a must share for NZ schools. Cheers N On 6 July 2011 12:30, Wayne Mackintosh <> wrote: > Hi E...
— nate 2011-07-06 01:45:31
Great video explain the Creative Commons licenses
Hi Everyone, Apology for any double postings. Creative Commons New Zealand have recently released a great video summarising the suite of licenses. I particularly like the distinction between free c...
— Wayne Mackintosh 2011-07-06 00:30:55
RE: [MLE] Moodle course creation in / for Christchurch
Thanks to Jacqui for her tireless efforts to help not only her own schools but anyone in Chch that wants to make use of online content and LMS. Thanks Kristina for posting this wider. I was going t...
— Paul Seiler 2011-03-07 08:42:39
Calling all Kiwi teachers and BOT members -- Free workshop on open content licensing for educators (21 - 25 March)
Hi everyone, The New Zealand Government Open Access and Licensing framework (NZGOAL) approved by Cabinet in July 2010 invites school boards of trustees to familiarise themselves with NZGOAL and to...
— Wayne Mackintosh 2011-02-17 01:49:17
Calling Auckland teachers - Opportunity to learn more about Creative Commons and NZGOAL
Creative Commons workshop for Auckland school leaders The second weCreate workshop will be held on Tuesday 1 March in Auckland - it is a chance for Auckland region school leaders and Boards of Trus...
— Wayne Mackintosh 2011-02-09 03:24:20
US Dept of Ed encourages CC BY for new materials in community colleges
It is great to see that the US government is also getting behind sharing education and training materials. A condition of receiving a grant under a new US$2 billion dollar initiative for community...
— James Tittsler 2011-01-21 05:11:58
WikiEducator saves you time and money. Thanks Jim!
Hi Everyone, WikiEducator has been experimenting with remix options for reusable and portable content. All you need to do is click, copy and paste! This means that it is now easier for schools and...
— Wayne Mackintosh 2011-01-07 23:23:32
RE: [OERNZ] Wiki tech Questions
Hello. Please be aware of the email that I recieved through this network - copied below Hi dear, How are you today I hope all is well with you,I am VERA, by name,a young looking girl,it is my great...
— SMITH Lesley 2010-12-03 20:44:20
Re: [OERNZ] Wiki tech Questions
Wiki > rather than using right click to open in new tab? That sounds like the kind of thing that would be straightforward to do in a Google Chrome Extension "content script" or a Firef...
— Jim Tittsler 2010-11-29 03:41:54
Re: [OERNZ] Wiki tech Questions
Hi Nathan Could you send the link again --- doesn't appear to be linking to your intended target in my email client. Thanks :-) W On Mon, Nov 29, 2010 at 4:21 PM, nathan parker <rekrap...@gm...
— Wayne Mackintosh 2010-11-29 03:24:57
Wiki tech Questions
Kia ora - I was shown this great way of keeping up with discussion threads on WikiEducator. I am now wondering is it possible to create links in new tabs from the Wiki rather than using right click...
— nate 2010-11-29 03:21:00
Re: [OERNZ] Update on request to NZQA on release of NCEA exam questions under a CC-BY license
That is great Wayne, hat tip to you! Fabiana Sent from my iPhone On 23 Nov 2010, at 20:55, Wayne Mackintosh <> wrote: Hi everyone, I've received initial feedback from...
— Kubke 2010-11-23 09:21:54