MSVU’s Suite of Educational Technologies
Moodle is the Mount’s Learning Management System that allows faculty to create and manage course content, host online discussions, administer quizzes and meet in real time with students. Moodle provides a place where students can access course content, submit assignments, complete activities, and communicate with their peers and their instructor; Blackboard Collaborate is our online classroom software. It provides a virtual space where faculty and students can meet in real-time, work in groups, chat, and learn together; and Office 365 is a collection of apps and cloud services and the main apps used in course delivery are OneNote, Teams, Stream, and Yammer.
Access Moodle and Your Online Collaborate Course Rooms
Current students and faculty can view Moodle course sites and join online synchronous classes in Collaborate by logging into Moodle here
2021 Fall Term – Access to Moodle Course Sites
- New! Faculty, please make your Moodle course site(s) available to your students at your preferred date/time for the upcoming fall term which starts on September 8, 2021. Instructions on how to do this are on the Intranet – How to Make your Moodle Course Site Available to Students.
- If you would like us to help you do this for your first time, no problem. Just schedule a quick demo on the new Online Learning Support Services Bookings App, under Moodle.
- Students, if you cannot see your Moodle course sites for the upcoming term on or before the first class, please contact your course instructor.
- Please note that if email@example.com receives inquires from students at the start of term about not being able to see their course sites when they log into Moodle, they will be directed to contact course instructors.