At AUB, students are enrolled automatically in Moodle courses upon the request of their professors.
As a student, you need to check with your professor first to see if your course is on Moodle. Moodle will help increase your understanding of the subject material and expand your horizons. Moodle will provide a place to share information, engage in online discussions, easily access course material and conveniently submit your assignments online. Furthermore, in some courses, your exams will be done online via Moodle.
| How to Access Moodle
To access a Moodle course:
- Type in the following URL: http://moodle.aub.edu.lb (Note that there is no "www" in the URL) OR open AUB's homepage and follow this path:
- E-learning -> Moodle -> Log in to Moodle
- Enter your AUB username and password to log in
- In the MyMoodle Page, you'll see a list of all your online courses on Moodle. Click on the course title to open it
If you are asked for an "Enrollment Key", this means that your professor added a key for security. Please contact your professor.
| Explore Moodle
- Hands-on Moodle
This course was created and is maintained by ACPS. It contains examples of the various Moodle activities and resources. It allows you to gain hands-on experience with everything that Moodle offers in a user-friendly and straighforward environment.
To access this course:
- Click on the following URL: http://moodle.aub.edu.lb/login/index.php
You will be taken to the Moodle Login page
- Login to your Moodle account
- Click on the Hands-on-Moodle course and explore it from a student's perspective
- "What is Open Source software?"
Discussing the notion of Open Source software in education, this short course illustrates how some Moodle features can be used in a course. To access this course:
- Click on the URL of the course to be automatically logged-in as "guest"
- You will be taken to the homepage of the course. Explore it!
- New to Moodle? Check the Moodle FAQ for Students
| Tutorials & Support
- The Academic Core Processes & Systems offers Moodle sessions for students upon the request of the course professor. Please ask your professor to book a session if you need help in becoming familiar with Moodle
- You can also get help in the following ways:
- Check the Moodle For Students Guide. All students are advised to read this book. Students can print it and have a copy of it for consultation
- Check the video tutorial Moodle Basics - Flash Video | 7min 32 sec. "An introduction to using Moodle for students" – by Paul Treadwell, Cornell University
Note: due to file size and internet connectivity it will take lots of time to open.
- Check the Moodle FAQ for Students and/or post your question there
- Contact the Moodle Administrator either via e-mail email@example.com or by phone at extensions 3518 / 3588/ 3586
- Ask a question at the Moodle Community Forums: http://moodle.org/course/view.php?id=5