Academic Integrity Modules & Recording Interviews

10 Aug 2020

eLearning Systems and Tools

Academic Integrity Modules (AIM) - Have your students complete Part A?

The revised Academic Integrity Modules (AIM) are available to students this semester through edX (Edge). Teaching staff are encouraged to incorporate this Academic integrity PowerPoint slide (located via Academic integrity resources) into presentations to inform students about academic integrity and misconduct.

We also ask that staff encourage students to complete Part A of the AIMs before Census date. To check which students have completed Part A, see the Course Insights  Academic Integrity Modules guide for instructions.

Recording interviews via Zoom

Did you know Zoom can be used to record interviews and guest presentations? Check out the Running interviews via Zoom guide for tips for both interviewers and interviewees. 

Are you making the most of Grade Centre?

Read our Making the most of Grade Centre guide for ways you can improve the management and security of your grades by eliminating or limiting the use of spreadsheets.

eLearning Solutions Service - Active learning tools

The eLearning Solutions Service includes technologies that support active learning in lectures, seminars and tutorials. Book an individual consultation with one of our experienced eLearning Advisors for personalised advice on integrating a range of eLearning tools into your courses.

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Teaching on campus with social distancing

Visit the Teaching on campus web page for tips on creating a safe teaching environment and using Zoom for parallel teaching.

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View Grade Centre by tutorial, seminar and practical groups

Smart Views allows you to easily filter your Grade Centre to speed up the entry of marks and checking of student submissions.

Watch this video (YouTube, 2m 19s) on setting up Smart Views for your contact, tutorial, practical or seminar groups.

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Course site design tips - Weekly structure

To provide an overview of the course and reduce the time it takes students to find resources, it is best practice to have only one learning resource folder per week – or module  which includes all relevant content. The folder should be titled with the week number and a description of the topic.

Watch this video (YouTube, 2m 28s) regarding course guidelines around weekly structure.View the video regarding course guidelines around weekly structure (YouTube, 2m 28s). 

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Group Peer Assessment Tool (GPAT)

The Learn.UQ Group Peer Assessment tool can be used to allow students to evaluate individual contributions of group members to a group project. This tool can be used formatively to identify dysfunctional groups early in a project and to trigger appropriate support strategies. For additional information, refer to the Group Peer Assessment Tool page.

Password Management - Digital Essentials module 

The Password Management module introduces students to privacy issues, managing personal information, password management systems and data breaches. It is designed to be embedded into courses so students can find the information they need, when they need it. For more information, please refer to the Digital Essentials webpage.

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