Semester 1 site(s) ordering and finalising Semester 2 results

20 Nov 2023

Order your Semester 1 site(s) now

Learn how to order your Learn.UQ (Blackboard) and UQ Extend sites in preparation for Semester 1, 2024.

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Group Peer Assessment tool decommission

Course Coordinators who have been using the Group Peer Assessment tool (GPAT) for the last 2 years will need to download results from past GPAT assessments by 1 December 2023. This date aligns with GPAT being decommissioned due to technological changes.

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Bulk Group Manager tool decommission

Bulk Group Manager will be decommissioned on 1 December 2023 due to technological changes. To create groups in bulk, please use Import Groups function

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Availability of learning resources for supplementary and deferred exams

Help students prepare for supplementary and deferred exams by ensuring learning resources and Zoom recordings remain accessible to students on course sites.

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Direct upload of Multiple-Choice Questions (MCQs)

Do you have auto-marked MCQs in your final exam? If so, you can directly upload marked MCQ test results to Grade Centre. The following video shows how to upload paper-based MCQ test results to Grade Centre using the provided results spreadsheet (YouTube, 8m 12s).


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Open Textbook Grant information session

Create an open textbook for your course in 2024!  Attend the Open Textbook Grant information session on Wednesday 22 November to learn about the grant application process and how the Library can support you. 

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Failfest 2023 – register now

Join Dr Angie Knaggs and Dr Luke Zaphir on Wednesday 6 December (12–1pm), for the final Assessment Design Community event of 2023. Here, failure is celebrated as a vital component of learning and innovation in education. Bring your stories of assessment challenges and join a lively discussion on transforming educational setbacks into opportunities for growth.

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Embed Career Development Learning in Semester 1

Want to embed career development and employability opportunities in your course and/or program? Careers and Employability offer a range of workshops and online learning modules. My Career Adviser can also be embedded into courses and programs. Join a virtual drop-in session on either Thursday 14 December (1–2pm) or Thursday 11 January (10–11am) to find out more information. Semester 1 requests close Sunday 14 January 2024. 

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Finalise results

The following video provides a step-by-step guide to finalise your results using Grade Centre (YouTube, 8m 43s).

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Control the release of results

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

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Digital Essentials – Employability module

The Online employability course (within the Digital Essentials series) introduces students to creating a professional online presence, ePortfolio and online networking. It can be embedded into courses to provide students with timely information as required.

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eLearning workshops (self-paced)

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eLearning webinars (Zoom)

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Teaching and learning support

eLearning support

For technical support with central eLearning tools, email eLearning support

eLearning Advisers
To receive pedagogical advice from UQ's leading teaching technology experts on using our central eLearning tools, including how to select and configure learning technologies, book a Zoom consultation with an eLearning adviser.

Self-paced online workshops are available for a variety of systems and tools. eLearning advisers are available to deliver custom workshops in your school or faculty. Organise a custom workshop.

Inspera assessment design support

For approved courses, Digital Assessment Learning Designers can help with assessment design, question and assessment task creation, optimising the student experience and providing feedback in Inspera. Book an online consultation.  

Teaching support

ITaLI staff are available to offer pedagogical advice. Please contact or book a 30-minute Zoom consultation.

Learning designers
For faculty or school-level support, please refer to the list of Learning Designers in your area.