The report is used to identify instances of matched text across a wide range of online materials including journals, ebooks, websites and work submitted to the Turnitin database ie submissions from other universities as well as Roehampton. The Turnitin database includes billions of web pages: both current and archived content … Continue reading
If you work with groups which are the same across different moodle pages, you can sync groups between two courses, in a way that a course A will be a mirror of course B. The synchronise groups plugin creates copies of existing groups from a source course and populates them … Continue reading
The vast majority of online assignments at Roehampton are submitted using Turnitin. Please access your Turnitin Test Page via Dashboard or My modules to learn more about Turnitin, to make a test submission and to test your similarity score. Please follow the process as outlined below for your formal submission … Continue reading
You cannot change the setting for anonymous marking once you have saved the Turnitin inbox for the first time. This is to prevent teachers from switching the settings back and forth, and thus defeating the point of anonymity. However there are workarounds if you urgently need to do so.
This guide shows how to modify the Assessment table found in the Assessment section of your Moodle site. Turn editing on Scroll-down to the Assessment section on your Moodle site and then click on ‘Edit’ below the assessment table and then select ‘Edit settings’. Click on the ‘Show more buttons’ … Continue reading
This guide should help external partners and internal staff to access the School Based Mentor site on External Moodle. Click on this link (https://external.moodle.roehampton.ac.uk/enrol/index.php?id=108) if this link does not work, then copy the link address into your browser. We recommend using Google Chrome or Firefox browser. You will be taken … Continue reading
You may be required to create multimedia content such as a video or podcast to upload to Moodle as part of set learning activity such as an assignment. Your lecturer will advise you whether you will be expected to upload a multimedia file to Moodle where required. We recommend … Continue reading
To restrict access to any Moodle activity, click Turn Editing On green button. Click Edit settings of the existing or new activity you want to add the password to, then scroll to Restrict Access. Choose the green password button from the Restriction options list and enter the password. Click Save