The University of New Orleans uses Moodle as a hosted, online learning solution based on an open-source Moodle core, as its central course delivery platform. Instructors of online, hybrid and classroom-based courses configure their Moodle course shells to deliver content including syllabi, policies and information, lectures, assignments, discussions, quizzes and exams, chats, and grades.
Students participate by receiving lecture content in various formats, submitting assignments, communicating with their instructors and classmates, and accessing grades.
Moodle Update - Fall 2020
We kicked off the Fall semester with a new, improved Moodle site hosted by eThink Education, a Certified Moodle Partner. You will notice a few changes, but most of your experience will be familiar and your content will be in place.
One benefit you’ll see is that Moodle is now part of our campus single sign-on system, meaning if you’re logged into your UNO email, you’re logged into Moodle, and vice versa. You can log in from any Moodle link on the UNO website, from a Moodle tile on your myapps.uno.edu page, or by going directly to moodle.uno.edu.
Frequently Asked Questions
Read the answers to frequently asked questions about Moodle. Some of these links lead to brief tutorials on an external support site. Please ignore any references to webinars and training sessions - instead, contact us via email or at (504) 280-5512 for training.
Please use our in-house training videos to help you with questions that are best answered with step-by-step instructions. Please use the above FAQ, call us at (504) 280-5512, or email moodle @uno.edu for additional help. We are continually adding to our video collection and welcome your requests at email@example.com.
Fall 2020 Wednesday Workshops
These videos are recordings of our Wednesday Workshop series. They are not intended to be stand-alone training.