Innovation in learning technologies is happening across the campus, with several ‘Proof of Concept’ projects planned for 2017. Here are some of the learning technologies being piloted this year to improve the student experience, as well the key steps involved in a proof of concept project if you are thinking about trialling a new learning technology yourself.
Welcome back for Session 1 2017!
The Learning Technology Services team has put together a quick list of resources to help you get set up for Session 1.
Look back and remember some of the best iLearn tips and info from this year and get set for a great 2017!
We’ve all had those moments where we’ve been about to throw the mouse through the blank computer screen, only to realise (or worse have it pointed out to you) that the power isn’t turned on! Or the dead remote control through the blank TV screen as your toddler frantically screams for Peppa Pig, only to realise he’s taken the batteries out and hidden them!
Take a sneak peak at Turnitin in 2017 and how you can help decide which new features will be added to Turnitin in the future.
Remember (or maybe not) that thing you have to do at most every six months? That system called iTeach? You know, where go to activate your iLearn space and unit guide? Ah yes, that does ring a bell… How does it work again?
Have you received one of these strange emails from Turnitin before requesting access to a student paper in your unit? What does it mean and how should you respond? Here is some helpful information about what to do if you receive a paper view request from Turnitin.
How do you use iLearn? Take a look at some interesting stats about iLearn that we thought were worthwhile sharing! Continue reading How do we use iLearn?
Students can use this nifty tool to find out if their unit is in iLearn and when they should gain access to it.
The S2, 2016 iLearn Drop-in Clinic is now open, so come on by for help with all things iLearn!