Student Support for Examinations

4 Apr 2022

Student support for examinations

The Library's AskUs service provides student support for examinations including school-based and digital assessments. If you are a course coordinator and would like your students to have access to online support for school-based exams, please provide all online exam details for this semester.  

Please note that at least two weeks’ notice in advance of the scheduled assessment date is required to ensure exam support is available to students.

Submit details to receive online exam support >>

Student Academic Integrity module

The University strongly recommends that course coordinators encourage students to complete the compulsory Academic Integrity Modules (AIM) before submitting their first assessment task. The modules explain to students the concept of academic integrity and how to maintain the highest standards in their own work.

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Podcast – The zen of presentation design and delivery

In the latest episode of HigherEd Heroes, Al and Seb talk to Professor Garr Reynolds (Kansai Gaidai University in Osaka) about how to design and deliver powerful presentations, how to avoid death by PowerPoint, and how the best learning comes through doing.

Listen to the latest episode >>

Reminder – SECaT action items

A reminder to course coordinators that all Electronic Course Profile (ECP) data should should now be finalised as census has past. The Evaluations Team will use ECP data to create Student Evaluation of Course and Teacher (SECaT) surveys. Any course with a listed course coordinator in the ECP will result in a SECaT course survey. Any teacher listed in a ‘Lecturer’ or ‘Associate Lecturer’ role in the ECP will result in a SECaT teaching survey.

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Reminder – EOIs open for UQ Awards for Excellence in Teaching and Learning

Expressions of interest (EOIs) for the UQ Awards for Excellence in Teaching and Learning are now open until Friday 22 April. These include:

Learn more and submit an EOI >>

Control the release of results

During marking or moderation, you may not be ready for students to see their results. To control the release of results from TurnitinBlackboard assignments and tests you need to carefully set both the individual tool settings and the Grade Centre column settings (hide from students on/off).

Learn more >>

Interpreting a Turnitin Similarity Report

The Turnitin Similarity Report compares submissions with web content, previously submitted assignments and journals. Turnitin conducted an Interpreting a Turnitin Similarity Report webcast (42m 28s) with Senior Lecturer Dr Ann Rogerson at the University of Wollongong to assist academics with understanding the reports. 

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Write, cite and submit Digital Essentials module 

The Write, cite and submit module (part of Digital Essentials) introduces students to plagiarism, referencing style guides and assignment submission requirements. The module is designed to be embedded into courses so students can find the information they need, when they need it.

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Course Insights How engaged are your students? 

Course Insights is UQ's own course-level learning analytics dashboard, available to all course coordinators via Learn.UQ. The Engagement section provides staff with information about student engagement in Learn.UQ and LearnX and identifies disengaged students to contact prior to the census date.

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What's on

eLearning training (self-paced)

eLearning webinars (via Zoom)

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Other workshops and information sessions

Communities of Practice

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Teaching and learning support

eLearning support

For technical support with central eLearning tools, email eLearning support.

eLearning advisors

For tailored advice by qualified teachers on using eLearning tools, including how to select and configure learning technologies. Book a Zoom consultation with an eLearning advisor.

Workshops

eLearning advisors are available to deliver custom workshops in your school or faculty. Organise a custom workshop.

Teaching support

ITaLI staff are available to offer pedagogical advice. Please contact itali@uq.edu.au or book a 30-min Zoom consultation.

Learning designers

For faculty/school level support, please refer to the list of learning designers in your area.

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