From Michaelmas term, we will be offering a new course ‘WebLearn: Surveys‘ which enables Oxford users to design and deliver online surveys at no charge.
If you have materials in the old WebLearn system (Bodington), come and attend the course ‘WebLearn: Migrating your content‘ so that you can move your material to the new WebLearn before the old system is de-activated.
If you have been using new WebLearn for a while and would like to make more effective use of the VLE, you might like to attend ‘WebLearn: Making your site work‘ to pick up some tips and tricks.
If you are a new user then ‘WebLearn: Fundamentals‘ is a great way to get to grips with the system.
Once a term we also run the course ‘Learning and teaching: using technology tools‘, which focuses on your teaching philosophy and some low-threshold technologies you might like to explore.
Turnitin is a plagiarism detection service that can be used to scan formative essays and summative assessments for text that matches other electronic sources. Come along to the lunch time session on ‘Plagiarism: WebLearn and Turnitin‘ to learn how to use the system directly or via the WebLearn integration.
Do come and attend the termly meeting of the WebLearn User Group where we hear from WebLearn enthusiasts and share ideas and best practice.