The library subscribes to a number of different databases to support courses taught at the university. Current students can access these databases on the Library Services Moodle under eResources. For more information about the best databases for your subject contact your Subject...
You can access your timetable through Moodle, ChiView.Moodle and ChiView
In Moodle there is a timetable option in the menu. Once expanded you will see a link to Teaching Timetables
In ChiView, once you are logged in, you will see a Timetable link.
MAF Online (Module assessment feedback) is the University's online tool for giving student feedback and marks/grades.
To give feedback via MAF Online, you will need to be the module co-ordinator on a module - or added onto a module's MAF by the module co-ordinator. MAF online for staff...
ChiReadingLists for students:
ChiReadingLists is the University's online reading list software. It allows users to access an interactive list of their module resources and gives instant access to any online resources such as online articles and eBooks. Access ChiReadingLists at...
To set up an online submission area on a Moodle page:
Extensions can only be granted by the Module Co-ordinator or Departmental Administrator.
To grant an extension to a student:
Submitted PDF files can be downloaded and annotated in the Microsoft Edge browser:
Use Moodle to annotate assignments using notes, draw onto it, add lines, circles, boxes, stamps and highlight text.
Please note, results are still released to students via MAF not through Moodle.
To view a student's submission and to annotate on the paper, go to the...
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...