This is one of many help and support pages that are available about the University of Nottingham's Moodle online learning environment. If you have any questions or queries concerning Moodle then contact information is at the bottom of this one-page sheet. Please browse or use the SEARCH box below.
18-19 modules are being created. Please do NOT edit 17-18 modules once teaching is finished.
- We will shortly be commencing rollover in Moodle from 17-18 to 18-19 modules. You will start to see your 18-19 modules appearing in your "Current Modules" tab list when you log in. Please do not change anything on these modules until you have received an email saying it is ok to start editing. The existing 17-18 modules should NOT be edited as they are intended to be archived as they were taught; if you need to start work on your 18-19 module soon let us know.
- We have discussed with your School Moodle contacts whether the content is to be copied over for you – this is usually the case. If you do not wish to have the content copied over for you (and have not already informed us about this), you have the option to start from the basic school template - please do get back to us at email@example.com by Wednesday June 13th.
- Please note that Turnitin assignments, Moodle assignments and Sign-up sheets are not rolled over and new versions need creating each academic year. Please also note that any links from Moodle to a Rogo paper will need updating as they will point to 17-18 papers. We will remind you of these things in regular updates over the summer months. Unlike last year TALIS reading lists for 18-19 will need to be checked and PUBLISHed before they will be visible to the new cohort of students.
Scheduled training sessions are run regularly on Moodle and Rogo. Please check the short courses website https://training.nottingham.ac.uk/
or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information including our courses about online marking training (including an Escape Game).
Summer upgrade to Moodle
Moodle will be going through its summer upgrade and roadshows will be held around the campuses to introduce the improved interface and new features. If you are interested in testing the new version (just having a go at doing what you normally do), please contact us. We are aiming for the week commencing July 16th for the upgrade but will confirm that as soon as we have firm dates.
Your Faculty Learning Technology Consultants are as follows:
Engineering: Claire Chambers
Social Sciences: Helen Whitehead
Science: Alvaro Roberts
Arts: Sally Hanford
Medicine and Health Sciences: Anne Rockcliffe
Please do not hesitate to contact them if you have any questions, problems or issues via the email email@example.com
If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org