Course teams provide support to students for the majority of tools and technologies you will need to use during your studies and should be your first point of contact for any general query. Other sources of support include:
When using the various tools and technologies for your studies online, we would remind you that you are expected to follow basic guidance:
- Online etiquette
- Adhere to the University's IT Acceptable Use Policy.
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Moodle is the University's online learning platform.Read more
Access to Zoom
Zoom meetings are designed to be highly collaborative, giving attendees the ability to use audio and video, share their screen, and annotate in a live, interactive environment.Read more
Re:View (Panopto) is the University of Bath’s video content platform.Read more
Using Group Peer Review in Moodle
The Group Peer Review activity allows students to rate one another after working on a group assignment.Read more
Mahara is an e-portfolio system in which students can record evidence of learning.Read more
Links to resources for students to support them while studying remotely.Read more
Microsoft 365 is a Microsoft subscription service that includes access to Microsoft applications and online productivity services.Read more