Teaching with the LMS
Assessment and Feedback
Information and advice about the options for online assessments in the LMS.
Communication and collaboration
A guide to all the communication and collaboration options available to you in the LMS.
Content and copyright
Advice and guidelines about intellectual property of materials on the LMS.
Information about requesting an LMS presence, setting up your subject and LMS training.
The LMS framework provides a practical overview of elements to include in a subject presence on the LMS.
Information about managing staff, students, guests and external users in your subject.
Index of guides
A complete list of supporting guides to LMS tools and features in both text and video formats.
The University's Melbourne Centre for the Study of Higher Education (Melbourne CSHE) provides research-based professional development programs and seminars to promote high quality teaching and learning at the University of Melbourne. One of the foundations of teaching at the University is the provision of an online subject presence through the LMS. The Melbourne CSHE publication on creating effective subject websites provides information about using online tools to meet appropriate educational purposes.
The University's LMS enables asynchronous, self-directed learning. Learning Environments staff can support your teaching with training, advice and assistance in a number of areas as indicated above.