Welcome to Moodle 2.3

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-- If you have forgotten your Moodle password, go here to reset it and you will receive information via your DePauw Google Mail. If you cannot access that mail account, go to the HelpDesk with your DePauw ID to reset your passwords.
-- If you cannot see a Moodle course and you are certain your professor uses Moodle, ask your professor to make the course available to students under Settings/Edit Settings/Availability.

Please note a change in procedures with adding students to Moodle courses. Since Moodle now syncs with the Registrar's database hourly, we do not plan to enroll late-add students to Moodle courses. Students who add a course and need access to materials in Moodle should
          1) Wait at least an hour after enrolling in the class with the Registrar
          2) Check with the Registrar to verify the added course appears in its system
          3) If so, then contact moodle@depauw.edu to investigate further
Moodle also syncs Library course reserves hourly. Please contact Mandy Henk at amandahenk@depauw.edu with questions about library course reserves.

  • Codes of Conduct

    DePauw University codes of conduct that guide student, faculty and staff behavior apply to all Moodle courses/sites. The DePauw University Academic Handbook outlines these codes of conduct.

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Moodle Spring 2015 courses are now available
by Jin Kim - Friday, December 5, 2014, 2:23 PM

Moodle Spring 2015 courses are now available, and I want to share with you some helpful information regarding Moodle:

  • Course availability - All courses are initially set up as unavailable to students, so you can create your course privately. When you are ready for your students to access the course, follow the instructions at http://kb.
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Atomic Learning LTI Tool Training Videos
by Jin Kim - Thursday, November 13, 2014, 10:50 AM


atomic learning logoAtomic Learning is an online technology training and professional development tool for educators.
The Atomic Learning LTI tool helps you seamlessly integrate Atomic Learning into your Moodle course, without requiring you or your students to leave Moodle. This online training series will help you understand how the LTI Tool will make integrating Atomic Learning into your Moodle course simple and easy.

Please contact FITS if you need assistance in learning how to use this tool.


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Moodle is DePauw University's primary learning management system (LMS). Moodle enables faculty members to enhance their face-to-face teaching and their students’ learning by providing an online environment to distribute materials and encourage collaboration and interaction both within and outside the classroom.

A Moodle site can also be requested for a University recognized department or organization for information sharing, collaboration and/or communication that promotes the department or organization's official mission.

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