Month: February 2015

Using Grademark for marking and feedback

Posted on 19 February 2015 by Dewi Parry

After you have received and read a piece of your students’ work, you can use a tool in Turnitin called ‘GradeMark’ to feedback comments directly on the work, just as you might with a paper version.  This narrated screencast by Allan Theophanides shows you how to use GradeMark for grading and commenting, as well as
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Accessing Turnitin assignments and originality reports

Posted on 19 February 2015 by Dewi Parry

Once the deadline has passed for a Turnitin assignment, it’s time to look at your students’ submissions.  This narrated screencast shows you how to access the submitted papers, and how to interpret originality reports (if required), plus key things to look out for when assessing for plagiarism. How to use Turnitin – Accessing assignments and
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Setting up a Turnitin assignment

Posted on 19 February 2015 by Dewi Parry

This narrated screencast by Allan Theophanides is designed to show you how to easily set up a Turnitin Assignment, which then allows you to receive student assignments electronically.  The tutorial also highlights the additional options most commonly used in Cardiff University. How to use Turnitin – Setting up an assignment (for staff) from Cardiff University
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Learn Plus is Coming!

Posted on 17 February 2015 by Dewi Parry

The ELTT team have been having a lot of meetings with the Learn Plus (formerly Lectures Online) project team recently, in particular around what we’ve termed the knowledgebase – a central knowledge base providing guidance on best practice and case studies for staff. We’ve already had e-mails to the ELTT mailbox from staff around the
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Mixing it up: interactive online learning with OfficeMix

Posted on 4 February 2015 by Dewi Parry

Catherine Emmett and Christopher Evans We’ve been hearing a lot more recently about the continuing development of a tool called Office Mix (currently in Beta) which is designed to help you create interactive online learning objects. So this week’s post is a guest blog by Catherine Emmett and Christopher Evans. Catherine works in the Learning
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