The Bath Blend Baseline is an easy-to-follow framework that you can use to design and improve the digital learning experience of your students.
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.
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This page provides links to resources for students to help with preparing and submitting final assessments via Moodle in January 2021. Please read through the information on this page carefully in conjunction with the assessment-specific guidance provided by your unit
Links to resources for students to support them while studying remotely.
Why? “Students must be effective self-assessors; to be anything less is to be dangerously ill-prepared to cope with change” (Boud 2000, p. 160). As part of the development of both sound academic practice and lifelong learning skills, the ability to
The Centre for Learning and Teaching is pleased to announce the forthcoming release of a new Moodle plugin designed to facilitate the automatic transfer of assignment grades from Moodle into SAMIS (the student record system at the University of Bath).
Dr John Troyer from the Department of Social and Policy Sciences at the University of Bath discusses the importance of exploring the use of different classroom technologies, experimenting, and finding the right mixture for you.