Educational Technologies

  Moodle

What is Moodle?

Moodle is the online Virtual Learning Environment used at City University.

It enables staff to provide students with access to online course materials, resources, interactive activities, assessment and communication tools.


  Adobe Connect

What is Adobe Connect?

Adobe Connect is an online collaboration tool where users interact with audio, video and chat, and can share files and screen activities.


  City Blogs

What are City Blogs?

City Blogs is the blogging system for staff and students and is accessed via blogs.city.ac.uk.


  Clickers

What are Clickers/Electronic Voting Handsets?

Clickers provide a fun way to encourage active participation from your audience, gather feedback and easily gauge group-wide understanding.

Participants respond to questions posed during a PowerPoint presentation by pressing a button on their clicker. Responses are instantly displayed within the PowerPoint presentation.


  iTunes U

What is iTunes U?

iTunes U is City University London's public resource for Videos.


  Lecture Capture

What is Lecture Capture?

Lecture capture allows you to record teaching sessions and publish the recordings via Moodle. Lecture capture typically records the computer screen and your voice, with an optional small video recording of the front of the room.


  Podium Technology (Pods)

What is Podium Technology (Pods)?

The Podiums are the technology supplied at the front of lecture and seminar rooms.

The AV podium, or 'pod', is a purpose-built unit that houses various lecture room technology including a Windows PC, Sympodium (PC screen/interactive pen display), visualiser, cables for laptop connection, DVD/VHS player and audio cassette deck.


  Turnitin

What is Turnitin?

Turnitin is most commonly used to assist in the detection of academic misconduct (such as plagiarism or collusion) in an assignment after it's been submitted. Turnitin can also be used formatively to help students learn about the importance of good academic practices and good referencing.

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The Moodle Checklist allows a lecturer to create a checklist for their students to work through. Students should tick off each item on the list, as they complete it. The resulting progress can be tracked by the lecturer. As a student, you can view your own progress on the progress bar which shows how far through the checklist you have managed to get.

Other features include:

  • List of items you should complete, with the option to include module activities and resources in that section or the whole module, and / or manual items
  • Checklist items can be ticked off by Students only, Lecturers only, or both
  • Students can add their own items and notes to a checklist
  • Lecturers can set due dates for checklist items

 

 How to View your Progress

You will see either a Checklist activity or block or both in your module.

Checklist activityChecklist block

In the Checklist block, you will see the progress bar move along as when you complete your checklist activities.

If you click on the Checklist activity, you will see the actual % of progression. If there are compulsory and optional activities in your checklist, you will see two progress bars showing the breakdown.

 

 How to Tick off Checklist items

If allowed, students can tick off any items they have completed manually.

To do this, click on the checklist activity on the module homepage. You will see a complete list of tasks included in the checklist activity.

  • Tasks displaying in black are required (compulsory) items. Tasks displaying in grey and italics are optional items.
  • If the checklist is set up so that both student and lecturer can tick off checklist items, you will see two sets of checkboxes for each item. The left one is for your lecturer, the right one is for you to tick off the item. Note: both you and your lecturer have to tick off an item in order to mark the task as complete.
  • If the checklist is set up only for students to tick off checklist items, you will only see one set of checkboxes for each item.

 

Sometimes your lecturers may choose not to allow students to tick off items manually. Once you have completed the required tasks, the system will automatically update the checklist. In this case, when you hover over the checkboxes, you will see the forbidden red icon and you will not be able to edit the checkboxes.

 How to add Own Items

If allowed, students can add their own manual item(s) to the checklist.

To do this,

  • Click on the checklist activity on the module homepage.
  • Click the button Add your own items.

  • Click the Add iconAdd a new item to the list above where you want to add your new item.

  • Enter the name and description (optional) of your item. Then click Add.

  • Click Stop adding your own items.

  • Your new item will appear like this. Only you can view and tick off this item. It is not visible to your lecturer.

  • To update or delete your own item, click the Add your own items button again, either click on the Edit iconEdit this itemto update or the Delete iconDelete this item to remove your item.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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