Have you forgotten
everything where some things are in GCULearn over the summer? Following our last post about curriculum design guides, we’ve also collated some basic guidance and getting started resources for GCULearn. As ever if you have any suggestions that you would like added, then please let us know in the comments.
You can view in full screen by clicking on the arrow icon at the top right hand side of the wall or by following this link.
With the new semester fast approaching we know many colleagues are looking at refreshing and revising modules. As you know Padlet is one of our favourite tools and over the summer we’ve been exploring some of the new layout features which give some really useful additional ways of sharing and curating resources.
We’ve also produced an overview Module Design Guide which covers all the basics from setting objectives, writing learning outcomes to constructive alignment. This resource has been designed to be used either in a facilitated groups setting or individually.
We’ve collated this along with our other curriculum design related resources into the padlet wall below using the canvas template which allows you to make links between resources, kind of like a mind map.
You can view in full screen by clicking on the arrow icon at the top right hand side of the wall, or by using this link.
Turnitin has released a major product upgrade. The new version of the service, called Turnitin Feedback Studio or TFS offers all the functionalities of Turnitin, but with a simplified, more intuitive interface. This should improve the user experience of the service. TFS is now fully integrated into GCULearn.
The short video below gives an overview of the old and new versions.
More information and guidance is available from the following links: