QMU’s new virtual learning environment is called Hub@QMU. This will replace WebCT from September 2012.
Who is it for?
All QMU modules will automatically have an area in Hub@QMU, containing:
If a tutor does not use Hub@QMU for their module, these links will still be available to students but there may be no module materials or activities in the area.
What does it do?
Hub@QMU provides a set of educational tools to facilitate learning, communication, collaboration and assessment. It is commonly called a Virtual Learning Environment (VLE). These tools include online discussions, chat, announcements quizzes, an assignment drop box, and integration with QMU email.
How to access
For further information on the Hub@QMU project please follow our blog http://qmuhub.blogspot.co.uk/
Where to find help
If you have any issues regarding Hub@QMU, please contact email@example.com
Students should include their matriculation number and the relevant module code/title in the message.
Student users who have forgotten their password or would like their password changed please contact: LRChelp@qmu.ac.uk or use this link:
- Information about the Hub is available for students here
- Information and resources for tutors are available in the QMU Hub wiki
Supporting documents for getting started with the Hub (provided by Blackboard) are available here as PDF:
Workshops focusing on specific aspects of using the Hub to support learning and teaching will be provided by the Centre for Academic Practice during the summer months. To book a place at the workshops please use the online booking form: http://apps/capforms/workshopbooking.asp
(booking form only available via Intranet)
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