- Book Echo360 recordings of live on campus lectures or similar sessions, including completing the consent form for speakers
- Check access permissions for videos stored in Microsoft Stream
You might have made a recording using Microsoft Teams (stored in Stream) or uploaded a video to Stream in a previous academic year. This may have access permissions for a group from that year. If your students in the following year need to access this, you will need to manually update the access permissions.
- Check that you have the basic skills and knowledge for essential teaching tools at Warwick
- Use Tabula to record attendance in small group sessions (what counts as small groups may vary between departments).
- Use Tabula for coursework management (assignment submission, marking, collating marks, checking for plagiarism).
- Use Moodle to present key information about your module, online resources, downloads, videos etc. - guide.
- Use Teams (synced with Moodle) for online, mobile, and hybrid team work, collaborative document editing, online workshops, instant group messaging, one-to-one online chat - guide.
- Use Tallis Aspire to create reading lists of resources in the Library and online - guide.
- Use Microsoft Bookings to allow students to book appointments - guide.
- Use Vevox to add interactivity and student voice to your live sessions in class, hybrid or online - guide.
Need help? Use the Academic Technology support service.
- Know how you and your students can get help quickly and effectively
- Know your Moodle Super User
Your department is:
Each department has a Moodle Super User who acts as a contact with the Academic Technology Team. They have access to all of their department's Moodle courses, as well as some additional admin roles. They recieve important news updates about the Moodle service, and collect feedback and suggestions for improving it.
- Prepare and open Moodle module spaces
You still need to check your spaces, update them, and when ready, open them to your students.
- Prepare and publish reading lists with Talis Aspire
All reading lists should be submitted online using the Talis Aspire system, and all core and recommended readings must be available electronically – either as e-books, e-journal articles or copyright-cleared chapter / article scans. This will ensure maximum availability of resources for your students. Use the web browser add-in button to make this easier. Reading lists from previous years have been copied over to this year. They need to be checked, edited, and published.
- Record video lectures
- Set up Teams spaces for online and hybrid teaching
Microsoft Teams spaces may be created for each of your modules, or for groups of students within a module. Membership is automatically synced with Moodle. There is a process for requesting these spaces. This might be handled by a Moodle Super-User in your department, or you might need to do it yourself.