The latest developments in Moodle, Turnitin, Panopto/RePlay, MS Teams, ResponseWare, ALLY and MOOCs
IT Services and the E-Learning Team upgraded the College Moodle service during July 21-23 2021. The primary objective of this work was to ensure the continued security and stability of the service. The upgrade - to version 3.10 of Moodle - also delivered a range of significant enhancements, which can be described in terms of accessibility, usability, engagement and assessment.
In addition to the upgrade, the Moodle service will be improved and extended by new tools, as requested by Schools and academic departments. These will be rolled out throughout August and September 2021.
- The majority of Panopto recordings will not be rolled over automatically.
- Manual intervention from staff members is needed to carry forward appropriate content.
Find out what do you need to do and how to do it
Royal Holloway, University of London continues to develop a broad portfolio of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs), with five free online courses running this Summer.
Find out more about our MOOCs
We are currently developing a course, Creating Audio Description: Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion, in whch learners will explore how to design and create audio descriptions and audio introductions that fully represent a film, play, or TV programme.
Find out more and enrol upon the Creating Audio Description course
Our Senior Learning Technologist, Martin King, was interviewed in a case study into the use of the Avoiding Plagiarism resource at Royal Holloway
Read the case study
IT Services and the E-Learning Team have rolled-out a new Moodle plug-in: Panopto Student Assignment. This provides a single point at which multimedia assignments (videos, narrated PowerPoints, audio tracks) can be submitted, viewed, marked and managed.
Find out more about the Panopto Student Assignment plug-in