Paul's E-Learning Podcast

Paul's E-Learning Podcast
By Paul Andrews
About this podcast
A podcast focussing on the use of free & open source software and how it can be used in education, business & home.
Episodes (Total: 11 / Page: 1)
Dec. 16, 2013 · 00:13:24
In this episode, Paul provides an outline of a recent workshop we ran which showcased several free online tools that individuals and orgnaisations could use to create websites for free & avoid a monthly hosting fee.
Nov. 26, 2013 · 00:13:22
A brief overview of a talk which Paul provided to businesses in Telford, giving an overview of several free services provided by Google which individuals and organisations can use to make their working lives easier by increasing productivity while at the same time, reducing their bottom line. Links to all resources mentioned can be found here: Image by Valentyna Sagan (Own work) [CC-BY-SA-3.0 (], via Wikimedia Commons
Nov. 18, 2013 · 00:07:55
In this episode Paul provides an overview of a new service we are launching for people who are using Windows XP, which is being retired by Microsoft on the 8th of April 2014. More details about this service can be found here: We've also made another Top 100 list and added several new free resources to the website, links to all of which can be found here: Thanks for listening! :) Paul.
Oct. 27, 2013 · 00:26:03
For links to all resources mentioned, please visit: In this episode, Paul provides an overview of a 5 hour workshop he delivered at Caerphilly ICE on 16th October 2013 in conjunction with Software Alliance, Wales. The aim of the workshop was to showcase free tools and resources which businesses could use to create and deliver effective presentations.
Oct. 17, 2013 · 00:10:56
In this episode, Paul provides and overview of a 45 minute workshop he delivered at the Cardiff & South Wales Occupational Health & Safety group Annual Seminar on 9th October 2013. The aim of the workshop was to showcase four free web based tools which Health & safety trainers could make use of in their own training sessions, which enabled them to enhance their existing provision in ways which were previously deemed prohibitively expensive or technically challenging to implement. Links to all resources mentioned can be found via:
Oct. 2, 2013 · 00:07:05
To make up for last week's lack of new free stuff, we've done a double update and added 7 new free tools to the main website ( In this episode, Paul gives a brief rundown of each new tool/resource and how you can use them to work smarter, not harder. All of the tools mentioned in this podcast can be found here:
Sept. 25, 2013 · 00:09:29
In this episode Paul talks about the work we have been doing with schools in Shropshire, utilising Google Drive spreadsheets to create a bespoke grade tracking system which will save the staff hundreds of hours of paperwork. He also discusses our new GCSE and A-Level maths tuition service and Computing 123 (, our new comprehensive ICT and computing support service for schools and colleges.
Sept. 16, 2013 · 00:05:30
Our podcasting page is now live, a visual guide to getting started with #Twitter, how to secure your home network & devices for your children & download an online research cheat sheet. Links to all resources mentioned can be found here: Credits: "New Blood" intro & outtro music by & used with his kind permission.
Sept. 9, 2013 · 00:11:17
In this, the first 'proper' episode, Paul talks about a recent workshop he ran for primary school teachers wanting to make the most out of their new iPads. Links to all apps mentioned can be found here: If you would like to contact us about the podcast then please do so via any of the methods listed here: Credits: "New Blood" intro & outtro music by & used with his kind permission.
Sept. 5, 2013 · 01:00:15
This is an episode of Electric Sheep, a podcast focusing on free and open source tools where Paul was interviewed about the creation and remit of Paul's E-Learning Resources.
Aug. 1, 2013 · 00:31:56
This is a recording of a conference talk which Paul delivered on the 3rd of July 2013 to university support staff working at the University of South Wales.