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Understanding the student access and activity within a course is even more valuable when connecting with students about their progress. The ‘LMS Analytics’ tool in every MyUni course supports staff to explore course activity and connect with students via email. Instructors can rapidly access data on the frequency and timing of student access for course content, including […]
Guest blog by Dr David Wilson, Lecturer | Head of Molecular Physiology of Vascular Function Research Group, School of Medical Sciences I’d like to share an update from the Learning Analytics Community of Practice that highlights some of our activities. The community has been very active in sharing Learning Analytics domain knowledge, and in working […]
Blog by Kym Schutz, Educational Technologist Suppose it was that easy. You now have a quick and effective pathway to share your ideas, then work with your peers to have the ideas prioritised and implemented into MyUni. You have been asking us how to enable ideas that could improve your teaching and learning through the […]
MyUni is regularly updated with new features and fixes. You can keep up to date by visiting the What’s new in MyUni page in the MyUni Learning Centre. Some of the latest updates: An embed Echo360 video button is now available in the Canvas Rich Text Editor. Find out more about embedding Echo360 videos into Canvas. Groups […]
You will lose access to Blackboard on 15 December 2017. After this date staff and students will not have access to course material in Blackboard. If you wish to keep any content from Blackboard for use in future courses, please retrieve the content by 15 December. You can access information on the process at the […]
Following up from Cheryl’s recent creating an Open Classroom community blog article, we caught up with Cheryl to chat about her experiences using the Active Learning Platform (ALP). Cheryl shares her valuable insights from the Semester 1 ALP case study group. How using ALP in Cheryl’s lectures helped with student results—with examples of positive feedback […]
VIDEO: We catch up with students Hannah and Robbin to find out how they are using MyUni to help them organise their workload. How does MyUni help you organise your workload?
Do you have an idea for a new feature or a suggestion for Echo360? You can submit a suggestion or feature request to the Echo360 development team on their UserVoice site. Click on the Feedback option from the settings menu.
The Echo360 system automatically schedules lecture recordings based on the University timetable. If you have a case to opt-out of a lecture, please see the new opt-out application form on the MyUni website. Further information on scheduled recordings is available on our website.