Policy & Legal Guidance

Copyright in a nutshell

Academic Engagement have created a quick reference guide for copyright in teaching & learning. The guide covers which items you can or cannot use in class, in handouts, on the DLE, and within Panopto (content capture). View the ‘Copyright in…

eSubmission and Turnitin

eSubmission and Turnitin As more assignments than ever are now being being submitted online, we have listed below some reminders, hints and tips for getting the best out of eSubmission and Turnitin in Moodle: eSubmission Setup Grade transfer from Moodle to…

Turnitin

What is Turnitin?   Turnitin is a suite of tools which includes the Originality Checking tool. Though there are more functions within the suite of tools, the originality checking element is most often referred to as Turnitin. At Plymouth University, the…

Plymouth University Guidelines for Assessment

Operating Procedures The following pages define operating procedures for computer-assisted assessments. They may change over the next few years in the light of experience and we would value comment from any staff and students involved in computer-assisted assessments. Computer-assisted assessment…

Facing the Consequences …with Viewbix

To celebrate Safer Internet Day we present the movie ‘Facing the Consequences’ with added interactivity, enabled by Viewbix. Viewbix allows you to add a links to further information, in this case, Facebook’s Privacy Resources page. You can also add an…

IPR and Copyright

IPR Intellectual Property (IP) is any tangible result of having an idea and can be protected for the owner under a number of different IP rights (IPR) including patent, design, trademark and copyright law. Information about the types and scope of IPR can be found…