Moodle - Learning Management System

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Moodle is an open-source Learning Management System (LMS) that adds an online learning experience to complement class offerings, known as "blended learning". Instructors can post notes and course materials for students to view, set up quizzes and exams to be taken online or through the Testing Centre, provide discussion forums, upload worksheets, have students submit assignments electronically, etc. It provides an easy to learn interface for students and is accessible via mobile devices.

This service is primarily provided by the Curriculum Re-Development Centre (CRDC) and is supported and developed further with the assistance of IT Services.

How do I request this service?: 

Moodle can be accessed by current students and faculty at moodle.uleth.ca. Log on with your U of L username and password.

What is the cost for this service?: 

There is no cost for this service, as it is funded by the University.

When is this service available?: 

24/7 except during scheduled maintenance downtimes or service interruptions. Notices of these will be posted on the Moodle Answers home page.

How do I get help with this service?: 

Answers to common questions and others issues can be found at the Moodle Answers, website. If you have problems accessing Moodle please contact the CRDC for assistance.

Who can use this service?: 
Faculty
Students
Service Provider: 
Curriculum Re-Development Centre, Enterprise Solutions
Service Category: 
Learning and Teaching