Various WebLearn-related projects are bringing changes to WebLearn and facilitating long-term developments in support of the University's Digital Education Strategy. The projects form an important part of the effort to provide the University with a virtual learning environment (VLE) that provides academics and students with the best possible experience and functionality.
In particular, the VLE Review -- the first of its kind at Oxford for seven years -- is part of a longer-term strategic approach to implementing the Digital Education Strategy. The review follows the WebLearn 11 upgrade, which will ensure that the latest version of WebLearn can be compared with other leading VLE platforms, against Oxford's requirements.
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This strategic project is consulting the collegiate University about requirements for a virtual learning environment (VLE).
Now available as the 'Activity Browser' in WebLearn, this is a collection of online learning activities developed in Oxford.
This project aims to investigate potential improvements for students and markers in typed answers to essay-style exams.
The WebLearn 11 upgrade (Sept 2016) brought enhancements and better tools to support teaching and learning.
This project is reviewing the plagiarism tools Turnitin (on-course students) and iThenticate (prospective students).
This project will identify requirements for online reading lists and recommend a suitable tool for optional adoption.