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Teaching and learning

UIS provides systems that support teaching and learning such as the virtual learning environment, Moodle, and CamSIS, the student information system that holds your academic records. It also provides training in IT through a programme of instructor-led training courses, most of which are free of charge to the University's staff and students.

This is in addition to the teaching and learning services provided by:

  • University Library – support for the catalogue, digital library and access to e-journals and e-resources
  • Language Centre – support for the teaching and learning of languages throughout the University.

Moodle

Moodle

The University's virtual learning environment

Lookup Directory

CamSIS

The student information system

CamCORS

CamCORS

Online reporting system for supervisions

Timetable

Timetable

The University timetable system

 

Online educational videos

Lecture capture

 

Turnitin

Turnitin

Plagiarism detection service

Examinations with adjustments

Examinations with adjustments

 

Apollo

Apollo

The University's digital research repository

 

UIS Service Status

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Panopto maintenance at midnight tonight (00:00 on Thursday 8 October)

Oct 07, 2020

The Panopto Lecture Capture Cloud service will be undergoing maintenance on Thursday 8 October 2020 from 00:00 (midnight tonight) and will be unavailable for up to 3 hours.

GBN network joins up to plant protection

Sep 30, 2020

The University's data network, the Granta Backbone Network (GBN), has joined up to the plant protection provider LinesearchBeforeUDig. This will add an extra level of protection to our essential core infrastructure at this critical time for the University.

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