Compare features – H5P and Xerte for authoring e-learning resources

H5P H5P allows you to create interactive content such as presentations, videos and other multimedia, questions, quizzes, games and more without the need to learn programming. Create H5P packages: a collection of content and activities with a clear educational purpose.  Xerte     Xerte

H5P in Moodle Overview & FAQs

H5P activity button

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

Advanced Grading in Moodle Assignment

What is it? Advanced grading is a grading method that can be used in Moodle Assignments.       Advanced grading is marking done with a Marking guide or a Rubric.    How do staff and students use it effectively?

Resources for students

Resources for students

There is a wide range of different technologies available to support and enhance your teaching and learning.

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

CLT Virtual Drop-ins

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Anonymous Marking

What is it? Anonymous marking is often part of broader initiatives around the Electronic Management of Assessment (EMA) where several component processes of the assessment and feedback life cycle are managed electronically. When student work is marked anonymously the identity of the student

How to use Group Peer Review tool for staff

Before you start Preparing for your group peer review activity Setting up the group peer review activity Marking the group assignment submission During the group peer review activity Saving grades to the gradebook Who do I contact for further support

Group peer review tool

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What is it? The Group Peer Review Moodle activity has been developed by the TEL team. It allows students to rate one another after working on a group assignment. Typically you may want students to assess each others’ contribution to