Moodle Assessment Overview

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Share this page  What do we mean? Dashboard – a customisable area in Moodle where staff and students can display access to their courses and see upcoming deadlines EUI – the Essential Unit Information (EUI) block in Moodle displays a

H5P in Moodle Overview & FAQs

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What is it? H5P is an abbreviation for HTML5 Package. H5P aims to make it easy for anyone to create interactive content such as presentations, videos and other multimedia, questions, quizzes, games and more without the need of programming skills. It

Zoom FAQs

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An Overview of Zoom and Breakout Rooms   Our main Zoom pages contact more information on: Setting up your account (for staff) Scheduling your meetings Guidance for students Accounts

Bath Blend Essentials

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Quick guides to help introduce you to key aspects of online and blended learning and teaching.

Support for students studying remotely

Support for students studying remotely

This page provides links to resources for students to support them while studying remotely.  Introduction to studying online View in a new browser window   Using Panopto (Re:View) as a student Re:View is the University of Bath’s lecture capture system.

Digital Accessibility (including Blackboard Ally)

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Following a few design principles can make your content more accessible and inclusive to all learners What is Digital Accessibility and why does it matter? Digital accessibility is about making better design and content choices for all your learners; it is

Bath Baseline for Online Teaching

Bath Baseline for Online Teaching

What is the Bath Baseline for Moodle & Online Teaching? The Baseline guidance is designed as a set of minimum recommendations for enhancing the student experience of online teaching at the University of Bath, with a focus on Moodle. For

Xerte – Online Learning Authoring Tool

Xerte – Online Learning Authoring Tool

What is it? Xerte Online Toolkits (or Xerte, usually pronounced Zertee) is an interactive content creation tool for making web-based learning objects, without the need for programming skills. The University has its own installation of this software which is available