From: Zifri Baharudin
To: Ikhwanul Muslimun
Sent: Saturday, February 16, 2008 2:05 PM
Subject: Help Palestine [hidayahnet] networking tools for students - http://www.unicitee .com/
This is another excellent networking tools for students for sharing courseworks/ assignments and for lecture-related discussions. Its just recently launched.
I had a chance to try it and made some feedbacks to the owners. The owners are getting some involvements from the lecturers in the UK universities for using this service. Some are already in, while many more in the pipeline. Otherwise this is an excellent tools.
Please note you will need "academic email address" to register. Although majority members at the moment are from UK universities, you dont have to be a UK student to join.
Please pass on to other students.
I wanted to let you all know - me and a friend Adam have been working on a website for the last 6 months or so.
Please check it out!!
Unicitee is a website made for students and lecturers that allows you to collaborate, discuss and work together on your university courses.
Upload lecture notes, coursework assignments and past papers
Post questions, comments, links, ideas and opinions
Watch (and upload) streaming audio/video of each of your lectures
Search for similar modules at other universities
Send Messages to your fellow students and lecturers
Get organised with the online timetable, to-do list and calendar
FYI you need to have an academic email address to register...so i guess you will have to check the site tour out if not.
PLEASE can i ask u all to forward the link on to all your friends/fam and ppl u knw at uni. IA hope it spreads by word of mouth.
The site is aimed at essentially creating a mini home page for each of your uni course modules, with discussion forums, posted document/videos/ audio/links/ messaging etc.
shaz + adam
1st February 2008
Frequently Asked Questions
Why should I become a member of Unicitee?
Unicitee is invaluable for students and lecturers. Unicitee allows members to upload lecture notes, past papers and other course material in one central portal allowing easy access for all students on a particular course. Members can initiate discussion topics on anything course related and collaborate effectively with their peers.
How do I join Unicitee?
Simply click here and fill in a short form to register quickly and easily.
Are there any conditions that I must meet before I can join?
Currently, in order to sign up to Unicitee, we require that you are either a university student or lecturer, this means you must have an academic email address that ends in the relevant domain for your university.
Is it free to join?
Yes it is completely free to sign up to Unicitee and use the services it offers.
How do I get started?
Its easy! Once registered, click "Browse Modules" in the left hand bar, which will show you all modules available at your university. From here, simply click on the modules you are currently studying, and choose "Enrol". Once enrolled, you will be able to create new discussion topics, post documents/videos, and comment freely.
If you are studying a module which isn't listed on Unicitee, then you can easily add your own by clicking the “Add Module” link in the left hand bar. Fill in a simple form to add the module. This allows other members to enrol on that course module in the future.
Can I enrol on modules at other universities?
No, you can only enrol on modules at your own university. You can view and read discussions for modules at other universities, however you will not able to post comments/topics or access their documents.
Certain features will be disabled on modules which you are not elegible to fully access.
What can I upload?
You can upload course material in many different forms: pdf/ppt/doc/ xls and many many more. Note executable files may not be uploaded for security reasons. You can also upload videos which are converted into flash video automatically for easy viewing. Simply click “post a file” on the relevant sub-section of your course module.
Can I leave a module that I previously enrolled on?
Yes, click on “Manage Modules” on the left hand bar and simply click “leave course” on the course module you wish to leave.
What is My Organiser?
The "Organiser” section allows Unicitee members to organize their life at university in one place. Set up your timetable and always be on top of your week ahead. Create calendar events and reminders, write down tasks you have in the handy to-do-list section, and make quick notes in the sticky notes section. Note todays timetable and upcoming events appear on your home page once you log in, providing everything you need at your fingertips.
I found inappropriate content at Unicitee, what should I do?
If a comment/topic/ document is inappropriate then click the "report abuse" link next to the comment and we shall deal with it accordingly. We take our responsibilities seriously and want Unicitee to be clean from spam and inappropriate content.
Can I send private messages to individuals?
Yes, Click on the members profile and send them a message from there, or click the “send message” link next to one of the comments made by a member. A message will then appear in the inbox of the recipient. Unicitee's messaging system is free from spam.
How do I browse members enrolled on a particular module, or doing my course at my university?
It's easy to view who else is enrolled on each of your modules, or on your course. Click the links on the module, or on the left side bar:
How do I report a bug or error discovered on the site?
Please fill in the short form on the Contact Us page.
How can I edit my details?
You can change your details, including your profile photo at any time! Click the My Details page to do so.
I have forgotten my password, what can I do?
In the login box click “Lost password” and follow instructions from there. Your password will be emailed to the address used to register on Unicitee.
Can I create multiple accounts?
No, We currently only allow one account per email address.
How do I invite people to Unicitee?
Spread the word! Use the tool on your homepage to invite all your friends currently at university.
How can I remove my account from Unicitee?
To remove your account, email support@unicitee. com from the email address with which you are registered with and state that you would like to leave.
I have an idea/feedback for Unicitee!
Unicitee was built for students and lecturers. We need you to tell us where we are going right, and where we are going wrong! Your ideas and requirements are valuable to us - we want Unicitee to set the standard for online academic collaboration. Please fill in the short form on the Contact Us page.
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