The following IT Learning Programme (OUCS) courses focusing on WebLearn are scheduled for the remainder of the term. Please book by following the respective link to the course booking system.
Tuesday 22 November, 2-5 pm
WebLearn Surveys (beta) is a free survey tool that can be used to design and manage electronic questionnaires to be delivered online. Surveys can be created for general data gathering purposes, or for course, lecturer or tutor evaluation. They can be delivered to WebLearn site members, ad-hoc groups or the general public.
Tuesday 29 November, 2-5 pm
This course focuses on WebLearn tools for tutors and lecturers to use in communicating with students, booking tutorial sessions, creating reading lists, organising and creating learning materials, designing tests, conducting course evaluation surveys, and tracking site usage. The WebLearn Fundamentals course (or experience in using new WebLearn) is a prerequisite.
30 November, 12:30-13:30
The Turnitin plagiarism detection service identifies pieces of text in students’ work that match with existing electronic texts. It can be used for assessed essays and also for general formative purposes to improve student academic skills. You will have a chance to submit a sample document via the WebLearn integration with Turnitin.