The challenges and potential approaches of providing students with access to Originality Reports generated by their submissions to Turnitin.
A New Year’s resolution that keeps on giving. Not only have we been catching up and expanding our reading, we have also spreading the word – on demand – with our colleagues.
via “How MOOC Reality Informs Distance Education, Online Learning, and Conn” by Adelina G. Hristova, Fernanda C. Bonafini et al. via “One Team’s Journey with iRubrics” by Danan Myers, Amy […]
A recent tweet from Donna Lanclos ABSOLUTELY NAILED my understanding of the perception among many of the E-Learning Team’s role here at Royal Holloway, University of London: <RANT>This limited view […]
Background During the 17/18 academic session the School of Law and the E-Learning Team collaborated to explore and ultimately embed the use of technology enhanced peer marking of student work. […]
Flipping the presentation: reflective practice, pedagogy, and technology
Need some E-Assessment inspiration? Here are 7 (seven) e-assessment projects we are working on and keen to share…
Or, why doesn’t it let me use all the fonts, colours, and sizes any more?
How does the Turnitin word count work?
Is it accurate?
Can submissions be downloaded for selective word-counting?
This is a re-launched version of our blog – new platform, new new ideas.