University of Cambridge Moodle

By | 8th May 2017

University of Cambridge Moodle

University of Cambridge Moodle

Moodle is a popular, flexible Virtual Learning Environment that is designed to support face-to-face teaching with a wide range of versatile online tools, as well as providing a place to upload resources for courses.  It is very popular around the world as a tool for creating online dynamic teaching sites and supporting classroom training.

Developed by pedagogical experts, Moodle is a mature system with a strong and enthusiastic international community of users and developers.

Many other students and academics around the University are already familiar with the system having used it in previous institutions.  It is easy and intuitive to use, both for delivering courses and for learning.

Overview

Moodle is available to all University of Cambridge staff and students using their CRSid and Raven password.  People outside the University, who do not have Raven credentials – for example visiting officials or colleagues in other Universities – can be given access as ‘Friends’.

All you need to access Moodle is a computer, tablet or smartphone, with an appropriate browser.  Moodle supports Chrome, Firefox, Safari and Internet Explorer, but certain facilities will work better in more up-to-date versions.  We recommend that you use the latest versions.  Other browsers can be used to view and use Moodle, but their behaviour cannot be guaranteed.

Moodle is available globally.

Click here to login to moodle