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This page contains basic information about Moodle, including the Moodle Everywhere Policy and other supporting guidance. Its content is primarily aimed at staff but may also be of interest to students across all of the UK, China and Malaysia campuses.

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What you need to know

Moodle is a learning technologies suite that is used to support teaching and learning across the University. It is the key place to upload teaching and learning materials and submit assignments.

In addition, Moodle can also be used to host discussions, wikis, blogs and databases. It can integrate with some other University tools and media.

To log into Moodle, please use the following: 

Moodle login

Moodle Everywhere Policy

The University’s Teaching and Learning Committee has agreed a minimum threshold for engagement with Moodle which all modules must meet.

In addition to the use of Microsoft Teams and Engage (Echo 360) across the institution for teaching, the expectation is that all modules will use continue to use Moodle as the primary repository for teaching materials, activities and resources.

For more detailed information, please consult the policy document:

Policy last updated: July 2023.


Support and guidance

Basic training

If you are new to Moodle and wish to understand the essentials, you can book yourself onto a basic training course by using the following:

Basic training

General support

For more general support, please consult the following:

Staff support pages (Workspace)

Student support pages (Workspace)

Urgent problems or queries

If you have an urgent problem or query, please consult the following:

Digital and Technology Services (student support)

Digital and Technology Services (staff support)


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This page was last updated on 17 July 2023 at 09:48 (GMT)