Offices & Directories

Moodle Learning Management System

Moodle is the University of Redlands learning management system. With Moodle, instructors can easily put course information online. Each Moodle course site is password-protected and only students that are registered in the course have access to its content.

Moodle is used for delivering course content such as learning materials, class discussions and assessments in an online format. Content is easily added to Moodle through the use of forms. Files created in Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and various other programs can easily be uploaded into a Moodle course site. 

Usage of Moodle at the University of Redlands includes distributing course readings, using the discussion forum as a way of extending the classroom conversation beyond the traditional setting, and assessment of learning through the quiz function.

For information on how to use Moodle, please visit our Faculty Moodle Support page.

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