Moodle is the world's most popular learning management system – available in over 100 languages and used in every country in the world. Furman's Moodle is hosted by eThink, providing full service support for latest versions, and backup services.
Access Moodle from My Furman (my.furman.edu) and choose the Moodle Quick Link icon
Current courses are viewed from the Dashboard - Course Overview. Use the filter options to sort All, In Progress, Past, Starred and Hidden courses. Current Courses are also listed in the My Courses tab in the top horizontal navigation and a comprehensive list can be found in Profile - Course Details.
- Changes to course enrollment will be reflected in Moodle the day after the change is made with the Registrar. If you do not have access to a course within 24 hours of the change, you may contact your professor.
- Fall, Spring and MayX courses are created two months prior to beginning of term (for all courses listed in Colleague/ERP).
If you do not see your course in Moodle, check Colleague/ERP. If it is not listed in Colleague/ERP, contact the Registrar's office before contacting the Service Center.
- Fall, Spring and MayX courses are populated 5 days before the start of term and updated daily through Drop/Add. Changes to enrollment will be reflected in Moodle the day after the change is made by Registrar.
- Summer Session course rosters are populated along with MayX courses and updated for 2 weeks.
- If a student reports they do not have access to your course:
- Check Colleague/ERP roster. Students are enrolled in Moodle the day after the change is made in the Registrar's office (the change must be made in Colleague first).
- If you see the student listed in Colleague/ERP but not Moodle, contact email@example.com with course number and student name.
Note: The check course and roster listing, go to my.furman.edu
General Moodle questions and requests should be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone the Service Center at x3277. Send course link and/or course name along with general description of problem/request.
Andrew Markovic, Instructional Technologist for Humanities and Social Sciences and Jean Childress Moodle Administrator are available by appointment for training sessions and one-on-one appointments. Email email@example.com
Check your "MyCourses" link in Moodle. All faculty, staff and students have access to a Moodle Training Courses. If you don't see the course listed in My Courses, email service,firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to the participant list for the respective course. The courses are also linked here.
Moodle Basics for Teachers v3.10
Moodle Advanced Usage v3.10
Moodle Learner Basics for Students v3.10
Learn Moodle Basics Video Series on YouTube (32 short instructional videos from Moodle HQ)
Moodle Support Articles from Mass Amherst who has a great site for text documentation.
Furman Self-Help Guide - Moodle