Learning Technology

Category: Rogō

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Rogō upgrade Monday 15 July

July 11th, 2019 at 07:07

There will be an update to Rogō on Monday 15th July between 9am and midday UK time (4pm – 7pm CN/MY time). Rogō will be unavailable during this time. The Rogo update will include the following new features: ability to add 3D images in questions warning for students answering linked calculation questions who haven’t completed the first [...]

Moodle & Rogo cutover makes for a Happy Christmas…

December 21st, 2018 at 12:12

Following the recent updates, Moodle/Rogo are now back in place. We have now cutover from SATURN to Campus Solutions data. This means: New Campus Solutions module codes are now in the main titles of modules in Moodle with the old SATURN codes in brackets at the end of the title. This is only for 18-19 modules – [...]

Writing questions for quizzes in Moodle and Rogo

September 13th, 2018 at 07:09

Writing questions, such as multiple choice questions, for quizzes and tests, isn’t always easy. I like to try out quizzes sometimes and see if I can score well just by knowing how the questions work. It’s amazing how many online courses, MOOCs etc. I could have passed by gaming the quizzes… Pitfalls to avoid Try [...]

Examples of Peer Review questions. #Rogō

June 14th, 2018 at 08:06

When students take part in group work, part of the assessment is often for the students to review one another’s participation in the groups. In Rogō a “Peer Review” paper type is available to support this activity. These consist of Likert scale questions from which students make selections to review selected peers. These can be completed [...]

Moodle and Rogo training dates

September 25th, 2017 at 11:09

Training dates for University of Nottingham staff have been organised in the next few weeks.  If you can’t make these, check the booking pages regularly, as we will be adding more as our room bookings come through. Key Moodle Basics (An Introduction to Moodle) All 2-4 in George Green Library Computer Room A13 (Please book) [...]

New Rogo training date added – 17 August 2017

August 1st, 2017 at 08:08

A new date for the training course Rogō: An introduction to this online assessment tool has been arranged. Thursday 17th August      2-4 pm     George Green Library Computer Room (A13)  Booking is essential. Rogō is the University of Nottingham’s e-assessment management system and is used to create and deliver online assessments both formative [...]

Upcoming training sessions

May 18th, 2017 at 08:05

Learning Technologies Training Sessions have been organised for Rogō and Moodle. Rogō: introduction This introduction to Rogo is aimed at anyone who needs a Rogō account but hasn’t used it before, or anyone who wishes to brush up their knowledge of basic tasks in Rogō Thursday 29th June, 2-4 pm,  Science Area,  University Park Book [...]

Rogō downtime on Monday 3 April 2-6pm

March 29th, 2017 at 11:03

The downtime for Rogo will likely be at the most 2-6 pm, although the work may finish earlier.  Rogō is being upgraded to version 6.3.0 on Monday 3rd April. It will be unavailable during the upgrade period - starting 2 pm UK (9pm Monday in China/Malaysia). This is a minor upgrade to implement a number of fixes, security upgrades, and small [...]

Moodle and Rogo: limited availability from 27-29 January 2017

January 13th, 2017 at 08:01

Rogo will be down from Friday 27 January 6 pm until Sunday 29 January 8 pm. During this period, a version of Moodle for student revision purposes only will be available. [Amended to add] This version is NOT for submitting assignments or interacting with forums or other modes of engagement. Whilst students will be able [...]

Rogō down for maintenance 18-20 October

October 13th, 2016 at 07:10

We’d like to let everyone know that there will be some essential maintenance and an update to Rogō, the university’s e-assessment system, with downtime on Tuesday 18th October from 5pm through to Thursday 20th October at 6pm (UK time). This will be an upgrade with improvements in performance, but no significant difference to the user [...]