iParadigms informed IT Services that the Turnitin service may be unavailable on Saturday 7th March 2015 between 1600hrs and 2000hrs due to scheduled maintenance. Tutors who have set the due date/time of Turnitin activities within the above scheduled maintenance window are encouraged to make the necessary changes, so that students will be able to submit their work without any problems.
E-learning is 'the use of information and communications technology (ICT) to enhance and/or support learning'. Currently, e-learning is primarily delivered through the University's Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) maintained by IT Services.
The UoM VLE is a web-based learning environment which provides tutors with a range of tools to support students with their studies. The UoM VLE contains study-unit areas that are only accessible to students who are registered to the respective study-units on SIMS (Student Information Management System).
This website is designed to help and support academic staff and students with the use of the UoM VLE.
Click the UoM VLE 2014/15 image link on the left
Click Archives & Other VLEs (left menu) to access VLEs of previous years
- Many tutors make use of the UoM VLE. Tutors will advise students if the UoM VLE is being used for a study-unit.
- The copyright of all material including but not limited to past papers and specimen papers placed on VLE belongs to, and remains the property of the lecturer concerned and/or the University of Malta. The material is being made available only to enrolled students of the University for private purposes. It is an infringement of the copyright law to copy such material and place it in the public domain, whether in whole or in part, without the authorisation of the copyright holder. The University takes these matters very seriously and disciplinary action may be taken against students who violate copyright law apart from any damages that may be claimed under applicable laws.
- Any marks or grades displayed in the UoM VLE are not official. The official study-unit grades are available on eSIMS.
28 February 2015