The CIPE assists students in mastering the digital tools of the university, essential tools for the success of their university training. These digital tools and services are accessible through the Digital Working Environment. Some are designed to reinforce or complement classroom learning, through access to digital resources and activities, or to offer completely distance learning; other tools allow students to organize, communicate or inform themselves.
1. Digital services
1.1 Connecting to ENT
In order to use the various tools made available by the university, authentication is required: ENT, WIFI networks, some University Libraries. If you don't know how to activate your account, where to find your username and password, if you have lost your password and want to reset it, or if you have a problem activating or resetting your account, consult this documentation.
1.2 AMU Office Online
AMU Office Online allows you to have, from any workstation connected to the Internet, a mailbox, calendar, contacts, private or group document storage within Aix-Marseille University. AMU Office Online can be accessed via ENT under the Office > eOffice tab.
If you need any help:
- Documentation AMU Office Online: http://dud.univ-amu.fr/amu-office-online
- Numerical Tools Help Course on AMeTICE
- In case of a technical problem with one of the new tools, you can submit a ticket: ENT > Help > Support
1.3 AMU Digital Services Catalogue
By clicking on this link, you can find all the information about AMU's digital services, including information about the discounts offered by hardware manufacturers or software publishers, as well as the terms and conditions for benefiting from them.
AMeTICE is your online course platform. The platform brings together courses from all disciplinary areas of the university. To access AMeTICE, go to your ENT then click on the "Pedagogy" tab. To learn more, connect to the course "Aides aux Outils numériques de l'Université d'Aix-Marseille". If you have any questions regarding the use of AMeTICE, you can contact someone at ICSB.
Gigue is a tool that allows ALLSH students to register directly with TD groups as part of their university curriculum. Registration details are available from each secretariat. To join a TD group, bring your student card with you. If you don't have it yet, you can create a temporary account. Remember to modify this temporary account as soon as you get the card by connecting directly with your login and password: this connection will allow you to retrieve your temporary account and transform it into a permanent account. You will find on the following site all the steps to follow to register.
1.6 Anti-plagiarism COMPILATIO
The University of Aix-Marseille has implemented the COMPILATIO solution for plagiarism detection. This solution makes it possible to detect similarities between a document submitted to it and its internal document base. The latter is made up of the main websites on the Internet (Wikipedia, ...), documentary bases (online theses, ...) or documents already analysed previously by all users of the COMPILATIO system, including documents submitted by AMU, such as students' theses from previous years.
The analysis by COMPILATIO makes it possible to determine a percentage of similarities between the source document and the database. It is up to each teacher to assess whether this percentage represents plagiarism or not. In order to help teachers in this work of evaluation, but also students to integrate the issue of plagiarism in the writing of their documents, AMU makes available to our community the following Infoplag web page: https://infoplag.com/univ-amu/fr.
How to use anti-plagiarism in teaching?
The use of the COMPILATIO system for the detection of similarities is always at the initiative of the teacher, with a choice of two modalities:
- AMeTICE: simply create an assignment in a course on AMeTICE, activate the anti-plagiarism feature, and then ask your students to submit their work. The filed document will be automatically submitted to COMPILATIO's detection and the result of the analysis will appear in this activity.
- COMPILATIO: by connecting directly to your COMPILATIO Magister teacher account at the following address http://url.univ-amu.fr/compilatio.
Teachers must log on to the COMPILATIO platform using their AMU login.
In this account, it is possible to analyze documents one by one or to create a "homework folder" attached to an analysis web address that can be sent to a group of students.
The analysis reports of the documents submitted directly on the site can be consulted in the teacher's COMPILATIO Magister account environment.
Need help operating COMPILATIO?