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On Thursday 1st June 11am-2pm why not pop into Corpus Christi College to see the University’s learning technologists – and: Experience virtual reality (VR); Hear how technologies like VR are already in use in the University; and Try a touchscreen … Continue reading
We wrap up this short serialisation of the newly revised Academic IT Service Portfolio with an overview of our services in support of teaching and learning in the University. We are also pleased to announce the publication of the portfolio … Continue reading
Here’s a reminder of the remaining dates in Trinity Term for our courses on WebLearn and on plagiarism awareness. All take place in our Banbury Road teaching rooms. WebLearn The Lessons tool can be used to present students with structured … Continue reading
The University has a central licence for the Turnitin plagiarism awareness software. The licence allows the work of registered Oxford students to be screened for matches to existing electronic texts. Using Turnitin and helping students to interpret their originality reports … Continue reading
What is Turnitin? Turnitin is an electronic text matching system that can be used to find text matches between students’ submitted work and existing electronic sources, including extensive databases of electronic articles, other student assignments, and the internet. It can … Continue reading