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Moodle

What is Moodle?

Moodle is the 'Virtual Learning Environment' (VLE) that the SSRMP uses to deliver online courses.

SSRMP lecturers use Moodle to make teaching resources available before, during, and/or after classes, and to make announcements and answer questions. 

For this reason, it is vital that all SSRMP students enrol onto and explore their course Moodle pages once booking their SSRMP modules via the UTBS, and that they do so before their module begins. Moodle pages for modules should go live around a week before the module commences, but some may be made visible to students, earlier.

 

Enrol on Moodle

Students are expected to self-enrol onto course Moodle pages, themselves, once they have a confirmed place on a module of their choice.

You can:

Either...

  1. Log in to Moodle, here
  2. Follow information on how to enrol for a Moodle course page, here.

Or...

Click on the appropriate link listed on the right-hand column. 

 

SSRMP course pages can be located at:
[Site Home] > [Staff and Student Training] > [Social Sciences Research Methods Centre (SSRMC)]

Find the link to your module Moodle page, below, or visit the SSRMP Moodle portal.
NB. Course Moodle pages usually go live a week prior to the module commencing, though some may be visible to students earlier...

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