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What’s In Your Learning Technology Toolbox?

Are you thinking of flipping your classroom, changing your assessments, or designing interactive learning materials? Are you aware of the technologies available to support your module’s classroom and online delivery? This presentation gave a tour of the University’s learning technology toolbox and was part of the inaugural Research and Learning …

Online Module Evaluation Surveys

During this academic session the University is moving the module evaluation surveys to an online system called EvaSys. The My Module Evaluations block has been placed on the Moodle dashboard alongside your course list (not within individual modules). It provides students with links to available evaluations in EvaSys, and provides staff with …

Module Touchpoint Surveys

The Universty is looking to capture the student voice and respond proactively, and will be seeking to gain student feedback on their experience through a range of different mechanisms. The touchpoint survey has been developed as a helpful tool to enhance the practice that currently goes on across the University, …

Moodle forums and emailing students

A reoccurring concern from students is the volume of unwanted emails in their University inbox which makes it harder for them to notice important messages. Busy email inboxes is a fact of life for everyone and we all make use of Outlook ‘rules’ to manage incoming messages. This article describes …

Staff Guidelines for eSubmission

A set of eSubmission Guidelines have been created to support staff with setting up, downloading and processing student coursework submissions. eSubmission refers to the process of students submitting their work online, and many modules already use this method successfully with Turnitin or Moodle Assignments. View the eSubmission page for an overview of …

How students can find their group

If you have a spreadsheet of students groups then here’s a way you can upload them to Moodle and use the Group Choice activity to allow them to see which groups they are in. While there are several ways to automatically group your students, these are either based on the programme code/year, …