Moodle provides an easy to use system that integrates with the University student information system. Use Moodle to build your course webpage, share important reference materials, and increase interaction with collaborative tools that keep student engaged in and out of the classroom.
Beginning on May 19, 2016 at 5:00pm EST, Moodle will begin migration to new servers, which will mean a new and improved user interface. The outage to complete the enhancements to our site will last approximately five days with the new site going live on 5/25/2016.
For faculty members teaching during the outage, your course site/s will be available on the test site for our new system. This site will have the new look and feel that will go live on 5/25. The test site URL and log-in information will be provided to you directly in the coming weeks (no later than 4/14/2016). Your course will start and finish on this version of the site and will be moved to the production environment upon completion of your course.
Faculty teaching in Summer 1 or Summer 2, or in the fall semester - any course content you create on our current server prior to the migration will be migrated to the new site. If you want to get a head start on building your courses, feel free to do so! The materials will be waiting for you after the migration is complete.
Over the next several months, we will be updating all of our support content to match the new server's appearance. Please be patient with us as we transition. In this current version of Moodle, these were notable added features:
Assignments and Grading in Moodle
Moodle offers a robust platform to assess student understanding of your course. Using simple feedback quizzes, involved term exams, and individual assignments, you are able track comprehension and accurately assess each person in your class.
- Moodle Assignments: Video introduction to creation and setup of various assignment types.
- Moodle Gradebook: This in-depth Moodle course give you training on every aspect of the tool.
Use these tools to get started:
Moodle for Faculty
Moodle for Students