Spalding University uses Moodle for its Learning Management System (LMS). Moodle is an open source software platform used at over 66,000 sites in more than 200 countries (http://moodle.org). The name is an acronym – Modular Object-Oriented Dynamic Learning Environment. Moodle is a feature rich LMS with many resources available for supporting students and faculty. Students and faculty are automatically assigned to courses upon registration The courses are linked on the Spalding Portal under the section Datatel My Classes. Please consult the following resources if you have questions about using Moodle.
- Watch the Video, “Welcome to Moodle,” on layout and navigation.— http://tinyurl.com/spaldingmoodle
- Clickable Tutorials —
http://tinyurl.com/moodleclicks — where many mysteries are explained or demonstrated.
- Brochures Moodle FYI, Moodle Navigation, Moodle Mobile, Moodle Upload Your Assignments, Moodle Forums, Moodle Forums Pasting and Attaching.
- On-the-Spot Help— Visit the Spalding University Library
- Instructor’s Walk-through Session—Ask your instructor for a tour of the class site to see layout of resource and activity locations. There’s no better guide to a particular course than the very person who has set it up with resources, activities, and topics!
Help for problems with Moodle, the portal, password resetting, using email, and Web Advisor—
Visit the Help Desk Site: https://helpdesk.spalding.edu/
Or call: 1-886-604-5605 (on campus x2398
For more Moodle resources for faculty and students visit our page on the Spalding Portal – https://my.spalding.edu/depts/dept-aa/moodlejoule/default.aspx.