Comparing esubmission and marking tools

In common with many other institutions the University of Brighton has seen a huge increase in the volume of assignments being graded electronically and there is a need to ensure that a range of esubmission tools are offered in a clear and consistent manner to support our teaching colleagues. Blackboard and Turnitin Recently a question […] View Article

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From clickers to BYOD: trialling ‘Polleverywhere’ Electronic Voting System at the University of Surrey

The challenges of proprietary EVS Since 2006, academics at the University of Surrey have been using a ‘clicker’ based Electronic Voting System (EVS) to engage students and promote interaction in their classrooms. Although the system has served the University well its reliance on proprietary hardware has limited wider adoption. An issue for students was the […] View Article

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Improving access to online resources

Over the last year the BBC, Jisc and the British Universities Film and Video Council (BUFVC) have been working together on the Research and Education Space (RES), an exciting initiative that could transform the ways teachers get access to online educational resources. RES will deliver a linked open data catalogue that aggregates records for millions […] View Article

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