Used effectively for activities such as research and self-promotion, social media can dramatically enhance your employability. However, if used carelessly, social media can significantly damage your chances in the job market. This guide outlines some of the things you need to consider, and the...
Information about the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is available on the Data Protection area of the staff intranet (login required).
The University of Chichester uses Microsoft's Skype for Business as a platform for online meetings and support. This page will guide you through what to do with an online meeting request.Please follow these steps to join a meeting
Skype for Business is a way to connect with people inside or outside the University. It includes instant messaging, (video) calling, video meeting, and screen sharing. It integrates with Outlook.
The Skills team have created a video overview of Skype for Business.
Here is a Video...
The vast majority of all University computers have been updated to Windows 10 and Office 2016.
New features available in Windows 10 have been documented on the Windows 10 Moodle Page. If you would like a familiarisation session, please book a 1-2-1 tutorial, please email ITskills@chi.ac.uk...
If your department or team have a Facebook page, then it is important not to share the administrator password with anyone. You can add additional editors onto your page by following these steps:
It is important that the University has an accurate record of attendance. The expectation is that students attend all timetabled sessions for each module.
Each department has a student attendance management coordinator if you have any questions
The Student Attendance and Absence...
The HEAR is a University-verified online document that records a student's broader achievements, as well as their programme and module details and results. The HEAR is added to during a student's time at the University and a final HEAR is released to applicable students when they complete their...
Adobe Creative Cloud software is available in the following areasChichester campus
Submitted PDF files can be downloaded and annotated in the Microsoft Edge browser:
If a student has submitted a MS Word document, then you can use Word to view and annotate the submission
Word has a number of useful features:
You can use the Moodle Assignment for formative as well as summative assignments.
You can follow the same guide for setting up the Assignment tool for summative assignments, but make one change:
You can use the Panopto recorder to record audio and/or video. Follow this guide for how to make your recordings: ChiPlayer guide
Once you have made your audio or video recording, you will need to make it available for your student
Once the student assignment has been annotated, in the submissions area you will see your annotated PDF.
You can download this by clicking on it. This PDF can then be uploaded into MAF online.
In Maf, when you are in the first marker column, at the top of the page you will see the...
If you wish to allocate certain submissions to specific markers, access the submission area, and click on the cog in the top right and select edit settings.
Under the Grade heading, you should see 'Use marking allocation', turn that on and save and display
Once that it is enabled,...
If your students are working in groups and you want them to submit into groups, first you need to set up these groups on the Moodle page
Go to This course, and select Group Management,
From here you can create the groups yourself, click Create group, give it a name, and Save changes...
If you are concerned about the health impact of "Blue Light" (the light that comes from a PC monitor, tablet, mobile phone, TV), then there is a filter built into Windows 10 that you may wish to enable.
Windows 10 has a Night Light setting which gently reduces the monitors blue-tones,...
Social media tools such as Facebook, Instagram and Twitter are a part of everyday life. Used well, they can add to your learning experience at university, and make you more employable when you graduate. But used poorly, they can cause lasting damage to you and others....
There are two ways that you can download submissions:
You can do this one by one by clicking on the file name
Or to download all at the same time, at the top under Grading action, choose Download all submissions.
This will save them onto your computer
To enable students to submit their online submissions, you must first set up the link on Moodle, the instructions are shown in the video and text below:
To set up an online submission area on a Moodle page:
Whilst students like a consistent experience, we understand that staff have their own ways of marking, grading and giving feedback; we believe that our workflow allows for both. This interactive guide shows you the new workflow...
1. Check the assessment criteria
Your module's Moodle page will have all the details you'll need regarding any assessments.
This should include:
In order to reduce the file size of any Microsoft document (Word, Powerpoint or Excel) there are a few steps we can take without removing content.
Images usually make up the vast majority of a document's file size as text uses very little file space by comparison. Although removing...