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How to Log in

Faculty

Moodle courses taught Fall 2020 to Spring 2021 have been migrated and are accessible at moodle.louisiana.edu. If you want to access your courses created before Fall 2020, please submit a ticket to IT to have them migrated. Old course data will be maintained at mdl2.louisiana.edu.

Staff

Log in to mdl2.louisiana.edu to access non-academic courses.

 

Where to Find Courses

From My Courses Tab

When you log in to Moodle, click My course tab (top of the page). You should see a list of courses under this tab. 

From Moodle Dashboard

After logging in to Moodle, you will be taken to your Dashboard. Under the Course Overview on the Dashboard, you will find links to each Moodle course you are enrolled in. Click a course name to open its course page.

Can't find your course?

Academic courses created since July 1, 2020, have been migrated to the upgraded system. If you want to access your courses created before Fall 2020, please submit a ticket to the IT Service Desk to have them migrated.  

Staff can access non-academic courses through moodle.louisiana.edu until further notice.

How to Set Up Your Course

Once you’ve found your course, follow one of these steps: 

Moodle 3.9 Training

Learning Spaces

This website provides training modules, webinars, and additional support for Moodle 3.9. In order to log into Learning Spaces, you must create an account by responding to the invitation email sent to your University email address. Once logged in, go to Recommended Pathways and begin with the “Basic Moodle 3.9 Learning Pathway (UL Lafayette)” to learn how to use the essential features of Moodle 3.9. 

User Tours

As you access Moodle 3.9 for the first time, you will see pop-up tutorials that offer overviews and step-by-step guides to using specific Moodle features. You can revisit the tours by clicking the “Reset user tour on this page” link at the bottom of the Moodle course pages.

Professional Development Webinars (Webinar Portal)

Distance Learning provides up-to-date webinars and workshops on Moodle and other related topics.  

Self-Service Center

Distance Learning provides extensive support articles on Moodle, Edutools, and other helpful information.

Getting Help

Faculty and Staff

If you’re unable to log in, have trouble accessing or finding a Moodle course, or are still using 3.1 for a non-academic course, contact the IT Service Desk

For questions regarding Moodle features and EduTools, the Instructional Support Team offers several resources:

  • Self-Service Center: Search or browse for videos and step-by-step directions on some of the most asked questions by faculty about Moodle and our other integrated technology tools.
  • Support Request Form: Connect with us via email to ask questions or report issues.
  • Consultation Request Form: Members of our team are available for consultation meetings upon request. Please let us know some basic information about your needs and when you are available to meet by submitting the request form.

Students

Moodle 3.1

For the time being, the University will continue to provide access to the legacy Moodle 3.1 site. You can log in to Moodle 3.1 with your ULID as normal. The site will be used primarily to host non-academic courses. Some EduTools will no longer work on this site. If you need to have a course migrated from Moodle 3.1 to Moodle 3.9, please submit a ticket to the IT Service Desk to request a course migration.