Echo360 Lecture Capture
LUT has implemented a lecture capture system (Echo360) in six lecture halls (Viipuri, 2310, 4304-05, 6323, 7332 and 7339). A teacher books lecture capturing from Opetushelp and video is published either in Echo360 course (linked to Moodle) or directly in Moodle as a link.
In Echo360 course page the teacher can publish videos and lecture slides. Students can watch them and also comment or ask questions. Lecture to be published in Echo360 course can be also live streamed.
A quick guide for students here.
A printable full student guide here.
WebOodi is the user interface for LUT students through which they register for exams, courses, midterms and the academic year, and also monitor the records on the courses they complete. In WebOodi you can also request that an unofficial transcript of records be sent to you directly via email.
The WebOodi web page is weboodi.lut.fi, and the system can also be accessed directly through the Uni portal. New students will receive instruction on the use of WebOodi during orientation. You should primarily register through WebOodi. If for some reason you cannot do so, you may also register by sending an e-mail to the Student Affairs Office, opinto(at)lut.fi, by the registration deadline. If necessary, you may also telephone or visit the Student Affairs Office during its opening hours.
Students themselves are responsible for updating their personal information in the student register, so that the university staff will be able to contact when needed. You should update the information (e.g. address, e-mail and telephone) in WebOodi. If you cannot access WebOodi, you should give the information directly to the Student Affairs Office.
Webropol feedback system is in use at LUT. LUT students can use this electronic tool in order to collect information or feedback e.g. for their study assignments and theses or even for the leisure activities of student union or guilds.
Webropol can be accessed using your LUT user name and password in webropol.lut.fi . When creating the questionnaire, please save it in the right folder, not in the main folder. Webropol main users (Suvi Tiainen, Riikka Hämäläinen, Annikka Nurkka) can assist you in problems, also firstname.lastname@example.org is available for service support.
Moodle is the virtual learning environment for LUT, which is used to support teaching. It enables interactive teaching. It can be accessed using your LUT user name and password. More information on Moodle and help in using it can be found in the LUT Moodle student guide.
If you have questions or problems concerning Moodle, contact email@example.com
Click here to Moodle
Turnitin is a web-based service for detecting similarities between the submitted paper and a vast database in Turnitin including articles, journals and web pages. Students can practise the skills of scientific writing and the teacher can use this service in the evaluation and supervision of the students.
A student can check the originality of a text, if the teacher has provided this in Moodle course by adding Turnitin assignment. It is obligatory to check the thesis work before the assessment. Usually Turnitin is added to Master's seminar courses.
If there is a need for checking text related to doctoral thesis, it is possible in Moodle course Turnitin - originality check for doctoral students. Please contact Opetushelp (firstname.lastname@example.org) to be added to this course as a student. You can visit the course without a student role, but you cannot use Turnitin assignment. By using Turnitin assignment you can check your texts freely and these are not saved in to the database. The final checking of the manuscript before the dissertation process is be made in Moodle using Turnitin. Your supervisor can be added in the Moodle course for validating your work.