Blended Learning Essentials MOOC

Week 1 Activity – comment on video The message was loud and clear for me; the use of digital technology affords greater freedom and flexibility for both teachers and students.  This is exemplified by the  […]

Moodle development: upgrade and new look

Having delivered a successful rollover and archiving project for 2014/15 courses, we move now to the next stage of Moodle development. On Wednesday July 8th IT Services and the E-Learning Team will upgrade Moodle. Please […]

Turnitin Administration and the Moodle rollover project

Turnitin assignments have been archived as part of the larger Moodle rollover and archive project. Summary: Session 14/15 Turnitin Assignments in Banner courses (but not those delivered through Partnerships) were archived and moved to the […]

Moodle Rollover & Archiving complete

The scheduled Moodle rollover and archiving is complete. Summary: Staff can now access and edit their refreshed 15/16 courses at http://moodle.rhul.ac.uk. Students will be enrolled upon their 15/16 courses at http://moodle.rhul.ac.uk when Banner records are […]

Update: Royal Holloway, University of London, Moodle Rollover & Archiving 2015

The annual Moodle course rollover is scheduled for the week beginning Monday June 15th.  This affects both Moodle (http://moodle.rhul.ac.uk) and the Moodle Archive (http://moodle-archive.rhul.ac.uk) .  The schedule is as follows: 1.            Moodle Archive will be […]

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 […]