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Registered students are enrolled in Moodle courses automatically. Add/drop information will be updated daily. Your courses will appear in your course list under My Home and in the Navigation block under My Courses. If you don't see a Moodle page for your course, double check with your professor as they may not use Moodle.
To add a non-curricular course, search for it in Course Listings and, if prompted, enter the enrollment key you were given.
Curricular courses for the College of Arts & Sciences and Graduate School of Education and Counseling are loaded into Moodle approximately three weeks prior to the start of the term. You must make your course visible before students can view it - instructions below.
Access your courses through My Home or the My Courses list in the Navigation block. If you don't see your course, please email email@example.com or call the Service Desk (x7225).
Graduate and College of Arts & Sciences Spring 2015 courses are now available. If you teach at the Law School or would like assistance copying material from a prior term, fill out our course request form. If you were assigned to a course after December 15th, you may need to contact the IT Service Desk or fill out the form below so we can update Moodle.
Unused Fall 2014 courses will be removed the last day of the fall term. Fall 2014 term courses will be deactivated and moved to the archives the week prior to the start of the Spring 2015 term.
New Moodle courses are hidden by default. You will need to make your course visible to students before they can see courses. Click on Edit Settings under Course Administration and select 'Yes' for Visibility.
Visit Moodle 101 for Lewis & Clark specific helpsheets, discussion forums and more. General help and user forms are avaiable at http://moodle.org.
For assistance logging into Moodle contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the IT Help Desk 503-768-7225. For help using Moodle, contact your IT liasion or email@example.com.
Moodle is currently automatically updating enrollment for Summer 2014 courses. It remains possible to manually add students or use an enrollment key as a backup method.
Comments? Concerns? Let us know.
Maintenance & Upgrade Schedule
We've set aside the second Wednesday of each month from 7am - 9am to apply security fixes and other system updates if necessary. Moodle may not be available during this update window. We apologize for any inconvenience and will limit possible downtime.
We are running Moodle version 2.7.5+