Moodle 2 University of Bolton
Moodle 2 Services
All Moodle 2 services are running as normal after essential system maintenance.
eLearning system status can be checked via the eLearning home page: http://www.bolton.ac.uk/ELearning/
If you are a Student, queries should be reported to the relevant Moodle course owner (e.g. your lecturer) who can then liaise with the eLearning team to resolve any issues that they cannot respond to.
If you are a member of Staff, the fastest way to get a Moodle query-related response from a member of the eLearning team is to contact the IT Support Desk.
If you are an Associated Member of the University please refer any Moodle related queries to your University staff sponsor.
For further information / updates and training, Staff should refer to the University staff bulletins.
Mission Statement & Vision
To be a distinctive teaching intensive and research informed university known for the quality of our staff, our facilities and our links to employment sectors.
We will provide:
- intensive support for learners by highly qualified and experienced staff
- first class facilities in which to learn
- strong links to employment sectors
By 2020 the University of Bolton will be a teaching intensive, research informed higher education institution whose distinctive high quality, student-focused, undergraduate and postgraduate programmes attract applications from all over the world. It will offer an exciting and challenging student experience with high levels of proactive student support and with excellent facilities which match the quality of its academic provision. It will be a local resource, a regional asset and a national and international centre of excellence as well as a byword for exemplary vocationally focused undergraduate and postgraduate programmes delivered in Bolton and across the world. Where appropriate, our students will study in an environment which reflects as closely as possible, the working environment which they are likely to enter, with industry standard equipment.All students will be offered work-based learning through placements, internships or ‘sandwich’ gap years.