WebLearn and Plagiarism Awareness Courses Hilary Term 2014
A variety of taught courses are offered by IT Services to support the use of WebLearn and the plagiarism awareness software Turnitin.
Course books for the formal courses (3-hour sessions) can be downloaded for self study.
Places are limited and bookings are required.
Click on the links provided to book a place, or for further information. Bookings open 30 days in advance, but you can express an interest in a course and receive a reminder to book when booking opens.
- WebLearn: Fundamentals – Monday 13 Jan or Thurs 20 Feb or Tuesday 18 Mar (9:15 – 12:15)
- WebLearn: Surveys Wed 12 Mar (14:00 – 17:00)
- WebLearn: Tools to support teaching and learning Wed 5 March (9:15 – 12:15)
- WebLearn: Design and content (formerly called ‘Making your site work’) Fri 7 Mar (9:15 – 12:15)
Plagiarism awareness courses (Turnitin):
- Plagiarism: WebLearn and Turnitin Mon 27 Jan (12:30 – 13:30)
- Plagiarism: Turnitin Fundamentals Thurs 30 Jan (2:00 – 5:00)
- Plagiarism: How to avoid it (for students) Tues 4 Feb (9:15 – 12:15)
- Plagiarism: Interpreting Originality Reports using Turnitin Mon 10 Mar (12:30 – 13:30)
Byte-sized lunch time sessions:
These focus on particular tools with plenty of time for questions and discussion
- WebLearn Bytes: Site Management and Resources Tues 11 Feb (12:30 – 13:30)
- WebLearn Bytes: Surveys Tues 18 Feb (12:30 – 13:30)
- WebLearn Bytes: Assignments Tues 25 Feb (12:30 – 13:30)
- WebLearn Bytes: Tests and Quizzes Tues 11 Mar (12:30 – 13:30)
- Multimedia: Tools for creating interactive online resources Tues 4 Mar (12:30 – 13:30)
User Group meetings:
- WebLearn User Group Mon 17 March (14:00 – 16:00) + cream tea
- Turnitin User Group Wed 26 March (14:00 – 16:00) + tea, coffee, biscuits
Express an interest!
The following course can be arranged if there is sufficient demand for them. Visit the link to express your interest:
- WebLearn: Assessment and feedback There are several ways to assess student work in WebLearn. This course looks at the e-assessment options available to lecturers and tutors: how to configure the tools, use them to mark student’s work and deliver feedback.