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Technologies for Digital Learning

The following page is currently under development. If you have any suggestions on how to improve this, please contact caitriona.nishe@tcd.ie

There are range of digital learning technologies available at Trinity, supported by Trinity IT Services. For any technical queries in relation to these,  please contact IT services via  itservicedesk@tcd.ie. IT services also have a new aggregator website with links to existing resources on remote learning available from different units within the university.

Remote Learning Website


Mapping Digital Technologies with DigCompEdu Competences

The European Framework for the Digital Competence of Educators (DigCompEdu) is a scientifically sound framework describing what it means for educators to be digitally competent. It provides a general reference frame to support the development of educator-specific digital competences in Europe’

Mapping Digital Technologies with DigCompEdu Competences (PDF 6,429KB)

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TurnItIn

Trinity offers TurnItIn to staff and students as a tool to support and enhance academic integrity. TurnItIn can also be used to streamline the assessment and feedback process (e.g. enabling paperless marking). TurnItIn is integrated into the College VLE. Students can use TurnItIn to submit assignments within the Blackboard VLE online. Teaching staff can use TurnItIn to provide multimodal feedback on assignments in a range of ways, e.g. using annotations, rubrics, voice recordings and text.

Visit the IT Services page on Turnitin