Brief Overview: This section looks at using email effectively, including how to manage the volume by using techniques such as tracking and prioritisation, and also improving accessibility to your email account.
Brief Overview: Word processing software can be used to write reports, documents, theses etc. This section describes how to work effectively with word processing software to save you time and improve the presentation and accessibility of your documents.
Brief Overview: This section covers the minimum requirements for the use of studentcentral.
Brief Overview: Digitally Enabled Learning is defined as the combination of online and face-to-face learning which focusses on online learning as a response to Covid19.
Brief Overview: Students need to know about plagiarism at an early stage in their course, to help raise awareness of the importance of correct referencing and good academic conduct.
Brief Overview: The University of Brighton encourages the use of electronic feedback on students’ assessed work and the recording of marks within My Studies.
Brief Overview: This refers to the electronic submission of students’ assessed work, which is required for all text based assignments at the University of Brighton. There are a number of ways to do this including using Turnitin and My Studies.
Brief Overview: This section covers a range of digital tools that support the creation of a wide variety of learning resources.
Brief Overview: A blog is a simple web-publishing tool that allows users to make posts to a web page. Posts are usually shown in date order, and can combine text, images, video and audio. Readers can also post comments allowingRead more…