SULIS is the name given to UL's Learning Management System.
Some lecturers (but not all) are currently using SULIS to communicate with their students. SULIS facilitates communication and assessment with students of a particular module.
If your lecturer is using SULIS to communicate, he/she will inform you of this intention. You will also be provided with relevant instructions.
Log in to SULIS using your Student Computer Account Username (ID Number) and the Password you use to log onto a student PC on campus
Turnitin is a web-based writing assessment toolkit which allows instructors to provide feedback to students through markup tools, rubrics, proofing tools and originality reports to detect plagiarism. Turnitin also provides peer review options.
Turnitin is available in all Sulis sites through the Assignments tool. The instructor clicks ‘Use Turnitin’ at assignment setup and all student submissions are sent to Turnitin for Originality Checking.
To use Turnitin independently of Sulis, Instructors must register by logging a call to the https://ul.topdesk.net/
Turnitin Support (handbooks, interactive tutorials and videos)
Turnitin Resources (webinars, research and case studies)
UL Plagiarism Guidelines (add document) (CTL Resource for faculty)
Student Handbook (see Appendix 3: Plagairism at College, p59)
BigBlueButton (BBB) is a virtual meeting application that allows users use real time audio, video and chat to communicate with online users. Additionally, it provides a presentation space, an interactive whiteboard and voting functionality. BigBlueButton is available in all Sulis sites by accessing the Meetings tool. Please go to https://ul.topdesk.net and click on Remote Work and Study, Teaching and Learning, BigBlueButton for more information.
For introductory information on how BBB is used by teachers and students, please see this link.