How to: Opt in to Google Apps at RMIT

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Optin to Google Apps

Google Apps are a suite of cloud-based Google productivity and collaboration tools that can be used to enhance the learning and teaching experience. They include tools like Gmail, Drive, Slides, as well as the social networking tools of Google+. At RMIT, all staff and students automatically get access to the Gmail and Drive with their RMIT accounts. However, to gain … Read More

How to: Create a Blackboard assignment submission

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What is a Blackboard Assignment? A Blackboard Assignment is an online assignment submission tool that includes the following features: The following document will step you through the process of setting up a Blackboard assignment. You can follow the links in the document, and note that related how-to’s are listed below should you want to learn more. Download (PDF, 3.33MB) This … Read More

Student Guide: Using the similarity checker in Turnitin

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using similarity checker

Assignments submitted via Turnitin can be checked for originality against a wide variety of sources including previous student papers, online databases, internet sources and other uploaded documents. To learn more about how you can use the originality checker in Turnitin Classic, watch the Turnitin Student training video below. For instructions using Studio Feedback, visit the Interpreting the Similarity Report page. … Read More

How to: Use the similarity checker in Turnitin

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Originality checking

Assignments submitted via Turnitin can be checked for originality against a wide variety of sources including previous student papers, online databases, internet sources and other uploaded documents. To learn more about how you can use the originality checker in Turnitin Classic and Studio Feedback, watch the Instructor training videos below. You can also find more information on the Interpreting the … Read More

How to: Provide audio feedback using Turnitin

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providing audio feedback

Turnitin can be used to provide students with audio feedback on their assignments. Audio feedback is a great way to make a student’s feedback feel more personal. To learn more about how you can provide audio feedback in Turnitin Classic or in Studio Feedback, watch the videos below. Note also the related links at the bottom of the post, should … Read More

How to: Use The QuickMark manager in Turnitin

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using quickmark

Turnitin provides a collection of commonly used comments which you can use to provide feedback to students by marking up their work. These can be customised, and they can be shared with multiple markers to improve marking consistency and efficiency. To learn more about how you can manage the QuickMark function in Turnitin Classic and Studio Feedback watch the instructor … Read More

How to: Create a Turnitin assignment submission

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create a turnitin assignment

What is a Turnitin Assignment? A Turnitin Assignment is an online assignment submission tool that includes the following features: The following document will step you through the process of setting up a Turnitin assignment. You can follow the links in the document, and note that related how-to’s are listed below should you want to learn more. Download (PDF, 5.02MB) If … Read More

Starting on “I love blended learning”

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As I slowly familiarise myself with my new role, I am also making progress in learning more about the projects I will be leading and participating in for the first part of the year.  I have just returned from building 100, the Design Hub, where I met Soumitri Varadarajan (Deputy Dean Industrial and Interior Design) and Juan Sanin (Lecturer of Industrial … Read More