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For Administrators: Setting Up The Pre-Reconciliation Workspace In For Double-Blind Marking ATLAS

This video provides a detailed review of the settings of an ATLAS workspace that is being configured to support the double-blind marking workflow. Please note that this material covers only the…

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For Administrators: Overview Of Students' Experience Of PebblePad/ATLAS (Double-blind Marking)

(Pebblepad/ATLAS) A short run through of the student experience when submitting their file and receiving feedback at the end of the process

From  Robert Chmielewski A month ago 0 likes 3 views 0  

For Administrators: Overview Of ATLAS For Double-blind Marking Workflow

(PebblePad/ATLAS) A quick overview of ATLAS and its functionalities for administrators involved in managing the double-blind marking workflow

From  Robert Chmielewski A month ago 0 likes 3 views

For Students: Accessing Feedback In ATLAS/PebblePad

A step-by-step guide for students on how to access feedback in ATLAS/PebblePad.

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For Administrators: Management Of Submissions And Feedback Release In ATLAS

(Double-blind marking in PebblePad/ATLAS) A step-by-step administrators' guide to:- verifying that marking has been completed - moving marked submissions to allow grade and feedback…

From  Robert Chmielewski A month ago 0 likes 6 views

For Markers: Accessing Turnitin Reports As Part Of Double-Blind Marking in ATLAS

(PebblePad/ATLAS)A step-by-step guide to accessing Turnitin reports via ATLAS - for markers involved in the double-blind dissertation marking work

From  Robert Chmielewski A month ago 0 likes 1 views

For Markers: Post-reconciliation Marking In ATLAS

(PebblePad/ATLAS system) A step-by-step guide for markers involved in the 2nd stage of double-blind marking known as the post-reconciliation stage

From  Robert Chmielewski A month ago 0 likes 0 views

For Markers: Pre-reconciliation Marking In ATLAS

(PebblePad/ATLAS system) A step-by-step guide for markers involved in the 1st stage of double-blind marking known as the pre-reconciliation stage

From  Robert Chmielewski A month ago 0 likes 3 views

Episode 5 - Blogging to enhance professional practice

In episode 5, Karen Howie (Technology Enhanced Learning Team Manager in Learning, Teaching and Web, Information Services) hosts a conversation about blogging to develop your professional profile. She…

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Episode 4 - Can blogging be used as an effective form of assessment

In this episode, student guest host, Lila Pitcher (Academic Blogging Intern in Information Services), leads a discussion with Dr Nina Morris (Lecturer in Human Geography) and Dr Hazel Christie…

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Prof Elaine Howard Ecklund - Science and Religion in Global Public Life

Prof Elaine Howard Ecklund - Science and Religion in Global Public Life

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Student Disability Services - What Do We Do - Janet Gardiner

How the Student Disability Service can support you. March 2019

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Why we still need to talk about diversity in Physics - Dr. Jess Wade

Dr. Jess Wade is a physicist who, alongside being a postdoc researcher at Imperial College London in plastic electronics, campaigns tirelessly to increase diversity in physics. One of Nature's…

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