Assessment Options

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Learn more about the supported assessment option available at the University of Bath. Each assessment option will contain a recommended workflow and general how-to guidance to set-up your assessment.

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

Technology Enhanced Learning

Technology Enhanced Learning

We work with academic departments and professional services to provide support for the effective use of technology to enhance learning, teaching, and assessment in line with the University Strategy.

What you need to know to start your Senior Fellowship claim

University of Bath staff can gain recognition of their teaching practice through our accredited scheme with Advance HE, which allows us to award HEA fellowships. This is called Pathways to HEA Fellowships, or PHEAF. All the information required to make

Re:View (Panopto) Guides

Re:View (Panopto) Guides

Further information Student FAQs Copyright information Share this page Moodle-linked folder content 2021-22 This playlist covers managing recorded content for the 2021-22 academic year. Viewing recordings This playlist covers viewing recordings in Re:View. Editing recordings This playlist covers the basics

Moodle Guides

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Planning Moodle Courses Moodle course management (summary) Teaching online with Moodle Bath Blend Baseline Moodle Essential Unit Block Marking and Feedback functionality in Moodle Inclusive Curriculum Briefing Inclusivity Checklist Still got questions? Book a 1:1 with a member of the

Peer Assessment

What is it? Peer Assessment is a student-centred assessment approach that allows students to develop a deeper insight into the quality of their own work through the assessment of peers’ work. Students take responsibility for assessing the work of their

Curriculum Transformation Phase 1 Part 4

Part 4: Departmental Student Engagement and Partnership Plan Student engagement is a central component of Curriculum Transformation. Finding new ways to partner with our students means that the diversity of experiences and wealth of talent they possess can support innovation

Curriculum Transformation Phase 1 Part 3

Part 3: Material Information Required for Marketing and Recruitment Purposes Part 3: Material Information Required for Marketing and Recruitment Purposes Exemplar: Part 3