YSJ Media Library https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/ YSJ Media Library en-us Moodle: Adding the EvaSys Evaluation Block Moodle: Adding the EvaSys Evaluation Block https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/12452 Fri, 08 Dec 2017 11:01:37 GMT https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/12452 Gradebook Calculations Short Video on how to create gradebook calculations in Moodle https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/12341 Mon, 04 Dec 2017 15:31:08 GMT https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/12341 TEL Academic Induction Academic Induction video. https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/11801 Fri, 22 Sep 2017 15:20:04 GMT https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/11801 Transgender Awareness Transgender Awareness video https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/11743 Thu, 03 Aug 2017 14:53:24 GMT https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/11743 Moodle Modules 2017/18 How to activate a Moodle space for your module https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/11667 Thu, 01 Jun 2017 13:24:34 GMT https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/11667 Turnitin Originality Reports Video explaining how staff can view and interpret a Turnitin Originality Report for a submitted assignment. https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/7961 Tue, 08 Dec 2015 22:33:00 GMT https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/7961 Moodle and the 3E Framework Moodle and the 3E Framework video to accompany poster presentation for MoodleMoot 2015. Presented by Daniel Mackley, TEL Advisor at York St John University. https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/7933 Fri, 04 Dec 2015 12:42:24 GMT https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/7933 Using the Generic Assessment Descriptors in Turnitin Video tutorial on how to import the University's Generic Assessment Descriptors into Turnitin, to provide student feedback. NOTE: These instructions apply if you need to edit any of the Descriptors before using the rubric. If you are happy to use the template as it is, please see the TEL Team support webpages for the appropriate guide. https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/7866 Wed, 25 Nov 2015 16:30:59 GMT https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/7866 Wk 1 MST001 - Dilemmas of Performance Analysis First online lecture for MST001 https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/7482 Fri, 18 Sep 2015 09:23:54 GMT https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/7482 Student Reflections Student Reflections<p><br>Original contributor Daniel Mackley</p> https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/6892 Mon, 27 Apr 2015 13:56:17 GMT https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/6892 Moodle and the 3E Framework Moodle and the 3E Framework video to accompany poster presentation for MoodleMoot 2015. Presented by Daniel Mackley, TEL Advisor at York St John University. https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/6877 Thu, 23 Apr 2015 19:38:20 GMT https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/6877 End of Programme Level Evaluation End of Programme Level Evaluation is a new process that has been agreed through ESEC and replaces individual module evaluation. The survey will be used for all students at the end of each academic year. It will be delivered to students through Moodle using the feedback activity. A template of the evaluation questions has been created to ensure the process of setting up End of Programme Level Evaluation is simple and straightforward. It can be adapted for your specific programme.<p><br>Original contributor Daniel Mackley</p> https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/6812 Fri, 10 Apr 2015 13:29:10 GMT https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/6812 Supporting Learning with Technology Award Introduction to the Supporting Learning with Technology Award.<p><br>Original contributor d.mackley</p> https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/6315 Mon, 19 Jan 2015 15:51:29 GMT https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/6315 Happy Holidays Happy Holidays from Technology Enhanced Learning https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/6013 Sat, 29 Nov 2014 16:35:26 GMT https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/6013 Moodle Modules 14/15 At the start of each academic year, we need information about which credit bearing modules require courses in Moodle. We use a system called Moodle Modules to capture this information. What we need you to do is enter some details so that those modules which require a corresponding space in Moodle get one<p><br>Original contributor Daniel Mackley</p> https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/4957 Fri, 30 May 2014 11:45:21 GMT https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/4957 WordPress: Writing Posts In WordPress, Posts are the entries that display in reverse chronological order on your home page. In contrast to pages, posts usually have comments fields beneath them and are included in your site's RSS feed. https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/4040 Mon, 07 Apr 2014 20:38:26 GMT https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/4040 Mahara: 5.6. Find friends Your friends are a special group of users. If you want to establish your social network, you can use the Find friends page to find people to connect to. https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/4034 Sun, 06 Apr 2014 18:43:01 GMT https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/4034 Mahara: 5.5. My friends Your friends are a special group of users. You can share your portfolio pages or collections easily with them and get in touch with them quickly by going to this page. They differ from a regular group in that they do not have discussion forums, pages or shared files. If you do wish to have access to those with your friends, you have to create a regular group for them. https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/4033 Sun, 06 Apr 2014 18:34:13 GMT https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/4033 Mahara: 5.4. Inside a group Groups can be used for collaboration among users as they offer the possibilities to discuss topics in forums, create and edit pages and collections together, share files, share pages, and submit pages for assessment / feedback. It depends on your role in the group whether you can access / change certain functionalities that you see and that are described in the video. https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/4032 Sun, 06 Apr 2014 18:14:39 GMT https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/4032 Mahara: 5.3. Set up a Group Groups can be used for collaboration among users as they offer the possibilities to discuss topics in forums, create and edit pages and collections together, share files, share pages, and submit pages for assessment / feedback. You can create different groups depending on your role. https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/4031 Sun, 06 Apr 2014 17:48:27 GMT https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/4031 Mahara: 5.2. Find Groups Groups can be used for collaboration among users as they offer the possibilities to discuss topics in forums, create and edit pages and collections together, share files, share pages, and submit pages for assessment / feedback. https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/4030 Sun, 06 Apr 2014 17:32:02 GMT https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/4030 Mahara: 5.1. My Groups Groups can be used for collaboration among users as they offer the possibilities to discuss topics in forums, create and edit pages and collections together, share files, share pages, and submit pages for assessment / feedback. https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/4029 Sun, 06 Apr 2014 17:20:16 GMT https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/4029 Mahara: 4.11. Tags Tags are keywords that you can give to artefacts and pages in your portfolio to find them more easily later on. https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/4028 Sun, 06 Apr 2014 12:48:47 GMT https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/4028 Mahara: 4.8. Import You can import your portfolio from another Mahara site yourself. During the import process, you will be asked what you want to do with content that is in your import file. You can decide whether you want to add it to your account or whether you want to ignore it. You can only import a Leap2A file, but not an HTML file. If you want to import content from another Mahara site, go there and export your portfolio there as Leap2A file. You do not have to export your entire portfolio, but you can choose which pages or collections and thus the artefacts contained on them you wish to export. You can also import a Leap2A file from another site that support the export of content into a Leap2A file. You may have a bit of clean-up to do once you imported the data. https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/4027 Sun, 06 Apr 2014 12:40:10 GMT https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/4027 Mahara: 4.7. Export You can export your portfolio to keep your files and Mahara-created content offline. You can create an export at any time and as often as you wish. It is recommended that you export your portfolio both in HTML and Leap2A because you never know whether you will be able to import it back into Mahara or maybe even another ePortfolio system. https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/4026 Sun, 06 Apr 2014 12:31:38 GMT https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/4026 Mahara: 4.6. Shared With Me On this page you can list the most recently modified or commented on pages that have been shared with you. Shared with me is a place where you can find the pages that you may be most interested in. https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/4025 Sun, 06 Apr 2014 12:19:11 GMT https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/4025 Mahara: 4.5. Shared By Me When you have created portfolio pages (and collections), you may wish to share them with others, e.g. to receive feedback. You can set the access permissions on the Edit access page. It is accessible via Portfolio > Shared by me or directly from the page editor when you edit a portfolio page. https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/4024 Sun, 06 Apr 2014 12:04:04 GMT https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/4024 Mahara: 4.4. Collections A collection is a set of pages that are linked to one another and have the same access permissions. You can create as many collections as you like, but a page cannot appear in more than one collection. You can create a collection from scratch or copy an existing one - either one of your own or one from another user that is copyable to you. https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/4023 Sat, 05 Apr 2014 22:28:18 GMT https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/4023 Mahara: 4.2. Page Editor The page editor is important in Mahara because it allows you to compose your portfolio pages. https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/4022 Sat, 05 Apr 2014 22:08:02 GMT https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/4022 Mahara: 4.1. Pages The Portfolio is the place in Mahara where you assemble the artefacts that you collect in Content into pages. You can then share these pages with others or simply keep them for yourself. https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/4021 Sat, 05 Apr 2014 21:40:48 GMT https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/4021 Mahara: 3.7. Notes Notes are bits and pieces of text that you can re-use from one portfolio page in another. These are the text boxes that you could not save in previous versions of Mahara. https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/3883 Mon, 24 Mar 2014 22:49:43 GMT https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/3883 Mahara: 3.6. Plans Plans are simple ToDo lists. They are particularly well-suited to plan medium and long-term endeavours. A plan can consist of a number of individual activities with which completion dates are associated. https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/3882 Mon, 24 Mar 2014 22:43:05 GMT https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/3882 Mahara: 3.5. Curriculum Vitae The curriculum vitae plugin allows you to create an online curriculum vitae / résumé. You can either publish your entire curriculum vitae or individual components of it in your portfolio. https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/3881 Mon, 24 Mar 2014 22:29:25 GMT https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/3881 Mahara: 3.4. Journal The Journal is a tool with which you can record your thoughts and experiences online. By adding your journal or individual posts of it to a page you can allow other users to place feedback and comments on it. Thus, you can create a dialogue with your audience. https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/3880 Mon, 24 Mar 2014 21:55:34 GMT https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/3880 Mahara: 3.3. Files The Files area is a repository, i.e. a document storage for folders and files, that you can use within your portfolio. Both folders and files are considered artefacts and as such can be added to a page. https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/3879 Mon, 24 Mar 2014 21:19:06 GMT https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/3879 Mahara: 3.2 Profile Pictures Your profile picture may be a picture of yourself or an avatar image of your choice. https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/3878 Mon, 24 Mar 2014 20:49:37 GMT https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/3878 Mahara: 3.1. Profile Your Profile area stores your contact and personal information. Each of the profile fields can be considered separate artefacts which you can add independently to your profile page or any portfolio page. Thus, you can reveal as little or as much information about yourself to others as you wish. https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/3877 Mon, 24 Mar 2014 20:35:26 GMT https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/3877 SEDA SLT Award Introduction to the SEDA Supporting Learning with Tehcnology Award.<p><br>Original contributor d.mackley</p> https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/3292 Mon, 24 Feb 2014 12:58:02 GMT https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/3292 Mahara: 2. Dashboard After you successfully logged in to Mahara, you see your Dashboard. This is your homepage where you can see the latest activity of you and other users on Mahara. You can customise the dashboard so that you always see the items that are most important to you. https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/3208 Wed, 19 Feb 2014 19:51:18 GMT https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/3208 Mahara: 7. Settings The account settings of a user can be accessed via the Settings page. It is located in the top right-hand corner next to Inbox and Logout in a standard Mahara instance. https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/3207 Wed, 19 Feb 2014 19:26:32 GMT https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/3207 Embed Twitter Widget Into Moodle If you are using Twitter for Teaching, Learning or Assessment, then you may want to embed a Twitter Widget into your Moodle course... https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/3200 Wed, 19 Feb 2014 17:45:53 GMT https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/3200 Setting up a YSJ IT acccount Guidance for international partners about how to activate an IT user account. https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/3093 Thu, 30 Jan 2014 11:19:34 GMT https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/3093 Merry Christmas from TEL Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays from Mark, Daniel & Phil. https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/2726 Tue, 10 Dec 2013 13:52:13 GMT https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/2726 Media Library - Playback &amp; Embedding Content in the Media Library can be viewed from within the Media Library site, or embedded into external sites (such as Moodle, Mahara, WordPress, or the CMS) so users are not required to login directly to the Media Library. You can also add additional content such as chapters, ratings & comments. https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/2252 Thu, 07 Nov 2013 22:25:33 GMT https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/2252 Media Library - Introduction The YSJ Media Library makes it easy for staff and students to upload a range of media files like MPEG, AVI, Windows Media, Quick Time, and MP3 files. These are then encoded to a standard format for streaming delivery and can be viewed in a range of ways, from mobile to full screen for white board or projector delivery. The content can be viewed from within the Media Library site, or embedded into external sites (such as Moodle, Mahara, WordPress, or the CMS) so users are not required to login directly to the Media Library, and from mobile devices such as the iPhone, iPad, or Windows & Android devices. https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/2250 Thu, 07 Nov 2013 21:20:10 GMT https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/2250 Moodle 2.5 - Adding Questions to a Quiz This screencast will explain how to add questions to a quiz. It assumes that you have already created a quiz. All the questions that you create are stored in a question bank. https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/2246 Thu, 07 Nov 2013 17:18:13 GMT https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/2246 Moodle 2.5 - Importing Content This screencast will explain how to import content from other courses that you have access to. You will only be able to import content from courses where you have editing permissions. This will allow you to re-use activities and resources. Importing content does not include historical data such as any student data and forum posts. https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/2245 Thu, 07 Nov 2013 17:14:11 GMT https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/2245 Moodle 2.5 - Rating a Forum Post This screencast will show you how to rate a forum post. Forum posts can be rated by tutors or students (peer evaluation). Ratings can be aggregated to form a final grade which is recorded in the gradebook. In order to rate a forum post the functionality must be enabled and the potential rater must have permission. Tutors by default have this ability and are able to give this permission to students in a specific forum. This screencast assumes that the forum has been created (with ratings enabled) and that both tutors and students have the relevant permissions. Please see our other screencasts (Creating a Forum and Changing Forum Permissions) for guidance on this. https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/2236 Thu, 07 Nov 2013 14:48:22 GMT https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/2236 Moodle 2.5 - Adding a Forum Post This short screencast demonstrates how to add a Forum post, and how to reply to a Forum post. https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/2235 Thu, 07 Nov 2013 14:39:23 GMT https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/2235 Mahara e-Portfolio An introduction to YSJ's e-Portfolio system called Mahara. http://eportfolio.yorksj.ac.uk<p><br>Original contributor Mark Dransfield</p> https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/5 Tue, 18 Dec 2012 10:19:36 GMT https://hml.yorksj.ac.uk/Play/5