Quick Help guides for every aspect of using Aspire, the Library's online reading list software. - now updated for V2 List Edit, the new editing interface.
All new users should start with Getting Started With Aspire; then choose from the mini-guides for bookmarking different types of resource (books, chapters, journal articles, etc) and updating existing reading lists/creating new lists. There are further guides including how to link your Aspire reading list to your Moodle course, and how to generate a Harvard bibliography from your list, and a Quick Reminder checklist of all the key steps.
All are available both as Word and PDF.
Also linked to is Dan Croft's guide What is a Reading List For?, which will help you think about how best to ensure that your students' reading aligns with your module's learning outcomes.
An AR model of the green screen recording studio. You need to open the html file with an iPhone with TrueDepth camera (i.e. iPhone X or later).
Hero images that appear at the top of each course section.
Taster activities for the Digital Capabilities for Students course.
These guides detail how to customise your Moodle VLE.
Why would I want to customise my Dashboard?;
Why would I want to change my profile?;
What can I change about my Dashboard?;
How do I add blocks?;
Which blocks should I add?;
Course Overview Enhanced and Accessibility;
How do I change my profile?
How to mark a Moodle Assignment: What are the icons for? An Introduction
A short video detailing how to download an attachment in Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge.
Getting started with Moodle (General Guides for Students)
Getting Started with Moodle (General Guides for Staff)
How to view your own, and fellow student and staff calendars
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