Category: e-assessment

Encouraging & tracking lecture attendance with in-class Moodle quizzes

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 of our role compounds the […]

Reflective practice & feed-forward: A Turnitin PeerMark Pilot

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. The aims of this project […]

Flip the lecture? We flipped the presentation

Flipping the presentation: reflective practice, pedagogy, and technology

Turnitin word count accuracy

How does the Turnitin word count work?
Is it accurate?
Can submissions be downloaded for selective word-counting?

Five tips for marking with Turnitin / Grademark

1. Use a supported browser Windows: Internet Explorer 9,10,11 Mozilla Firefox 15+ Google Chrome 23+ Mac: Mozilla Firefox 15+ Google Chrome 23+ Safari 5+ 2. Refer to our Moodle-based resources 3. Navigate from paper –to-paper […]

Problem solved? QR Codes, anonymous submission & SpLDs

Using Quick Response Codes in support of anonymous submission of work to Turnitin by students with Specific Learning Difficulties What is the problem? ‘the need for a simple and easy way of identifying students with […]

TEL in the dock

Launching in October 2015,  our Law degree (https://www.royalholloway.ac.uk/criminologyandsociology/prospectivestudents/undergraduate/courseinformation.aspx) explores the fundamental principles of justice, equity and equality within the framework of English and European law. The newly validated and surprisingly popular Royal Holloway LLB demands […]