Assessment · Distance Learning · Turnitin

#283 Marking with Turnitin [1/4]: Quickmarks

This is the first in a series of videos demonstrating how to mark using the tools provided by Turnitin. In this post we explore how you can use Quickmarks to add comments to students work. Quickmarks provide a quick and easy way to save comments that you frequently make to students and enable you to… Continue reading #283 Marking with Turnitin [1/4]: Quickmarks

Communication / Collaboration · Data literacy · Digital collaboration · Digital creation · Digital research and scholarship · Distance Learning · Formative assessment · ICT proficiency · Timesavers · Top tip · Word

#178 Reviewing a document? Track your changes!

If you have ever been asked to review someone’s work or have asked someone to give you some feedback on a Word document, make sure you use track changes to keep a record of any edits that have been made. With track changes turned on it’s really easy to see what has been amended in… Continue reading #178 Reviewing a document? Track your changes!

Digital communication · Digital research and scholarship · Moodle

#164 Moodle Feedback [2/2]: View the results!

In our last post on Moodle Feedback (#160 Moodle Feedback: [1/2] An easy way to survey your students!) we had a look at how you set it up, in this video we take a look at how you access the feedback. In the settings for this survey, we chose for the feedback to be anonymous,… Continue reading #164 Moodle Feedback [2/2]: View the results!

Communication / Collaboration · Digital communication · Digital research and scholarship · Moodle · Moodle use, organisation and content

#160 Moodle Feedback [1/2]: An easy way to survey your students!

The feedback activity in Moodle is a really quick and easy way to set up a survey or questionnaire for your students to complete. It’s very straightforward to set up and really easy for your students to complete. You can decide if you want to make it anonymous or if you want to collect named… Continue reading #160 Moodle Feedback [1/2]: An easy way to survey your students!

Assessment · Classroom technology · Digital collaboration · Digital communication · Digital research and scholarship · Distance Learning · PowerPoint

#156 Reviewing a PowerPoint? Add some comments!

The comments feature in PowerPoint 2013 is a useful way of adding some notes or suggestions to a presentation. This is very handy if you are giving colleagues or students feedback or if you have requested feedback yourself. Have a look at this #1minuteCPD guide to see how easy it is to use! If you’d… Continue reading #156 Reviewing a PowerPoint? Add some comments!