Whether and how does your institution provide mobile access to your VLE ?

Recently I posted a question to the #ALT mailing list to ask about how an institution provide mobile access to their VLE. A good number of people responded to my question.   Here is a brief summary of how 17 institutions … Continue reading

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Improvements made by the recent upgrade of WebLearn – Oxford’s Virtual Learning Environment

By Adam Marshall WebLearn was upgraded on Monday 13th January 2014 to version 2.8-ox9. Highlights include a new version of the Tests tool and more improvements to the Sign-up tool plus the usual collection of general improvements. For more detailed … Continue reading

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LTG Announce: Michaelmas Term 13 – week 1

Featured LTG case study – Blavatnik School of Government iPad app: a new take on WebLearn Engage – Digital technologies for public engagement, knowledge exchange and impact How to display public tweets in a WebLearn page Engage: Engage: Communicating in … Continue reading

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ALT-C 2013: Now is the time to rethink the use of VLEs

Slides presented at the ALT-C 2013: Now is the time to rethink the use of VLEs.

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LTG Announce: Hilary Term 13 – week 3

@oxfordweblearn, @ox_it, @ITLPOXFORD,@educause,@jisccetis, @HEAcademy 1. WebLearn courses 1.1  Plagiarism: WebLearn and Turnitin Monday 4 February 12:30-13:30 This one-hour course discusses issues surrounding plagiarism. The Turnitin plagiarism detection service identifies pieces of text in studentsÂ’ work that match with existing electronic … Continue reading

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