The current Moodle service is being replaced by a streamlined new Moodle service (“Moodle 2”). This will bring significant advantages to both staff and students.
Moodle 2 is available now for all staff delivering courses on Moodle. Staff are strongly encouraged to create any new courses in Moodle 2 and to start making plans for moving their existing courses to the new service.
More information on Moodle 2.
Moodle is a web based e-learning system (a Virtual Learning Environment –
VLE). Such systems bring together different forms of e-learning and
include quizzes and chat rooms, which can take the form of virtual
tutorials. Moodle also includes the facility to upload computer files so
that students can submit documents (essays, reports, etc.) via their
computer. Moodle is the most widely used VLE in this university.