Learn more about TritonEd, student access, and other integrated tools.
TritonEd course sites are automatically created each quarter. If the instructor chooses to make the course available, only students who are enrolled in the course will have access.
Sites are created during the ninth week of the previous quarter, and are only created when all information is present in the Schedule of Classes. Once the TritonEd site is created, the instructor will receive an automated confirmation email notifying the instructor of its availability in TritonEd. By default, the course is hidden from students until the instructor makes the course available.
The student roster in TritonEd is automatically updated for each course. Once students are added to a course, they can access TritonEd with their UCSD username and password.
A Student Preview button is now available in TritonEd.
Instructors can can easily toggle between instructor view and student view by clicking the Student Preview button at the top right of the TritonEd site. The Student Preview button allows the instructor to view the course from a student's perspective, and complete assessments and activities that are available to students in the course. Instructors also have the option of keeping or deleting the test-student's activity when exiting the student preview.
i>clicker is a student-response system for in-class polling and quizzing. i>clicker helps engage students and gauge their level of understanding. Instructors can email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (858) 822-1456 to request an i>clicker Instructor Kit and receive basic technical training. For more information, visit clickers.ucsd.edu.
Scores from your in-class i>clicker sessions can easily be synced with your TritonEd grade center. To learn more about i>clicker/TritonEd integration, go to Using i>clicker with TritonEd.
Turnitin is an assignment tool that enables originality checks and online grading. Turnitin is currently integrated with TritonEd (the campus learning management system) and faculty are encouraged to use Turnitin through TritonEd. See steps on how to create a Turnitin Assignment in TritonEd and learn how to use the new Feedback Studio for grading.
Turnitin is currently available through TritonEd (the campus learning management system) for current UC San Diego courses. For more information on how make your TritonEd site available to students, go to Make Course Available. For use of Turnitin outside of TritonEd, inquire with your department.
The Error 423 message is an integration error that is most commonly received when an instructor or TA has previously submitted assignments to Turnitin as a student, and is using the grader feature for the first time in TritonEd. Send a screenshot of the error message to email@example.com, who will notify Turnitin of the error. Integration errors are typically resolved within 48 hours; however, this timeframe may vary depending on Turnitin's case load.
To request podcast for your course:
Email EdTech Support at firstname.lastname@example.org to request an individual recording of your Review Session. In your email, include your course's name, the room reservation, and the time to begin and end recording.