The direct link is http://moodle.bradfordcollege.ac.uk. We advise to bookmark the link or create a shortcut on your desktop.
Moodle is the College’s VLE (Virtual Learning Environment). It is used to support teaching and learning online.
Moodle is accessible to learners 24/7 on any computer, laptop or internet enabled device. It is a media rich environment where you can:
The real advantage of Moodle is that you can catch up on your work at any time and do not necessarily need to be on campus to do all your research.
Your tutor will let you know if you have access to any online learning material. All learners who have enrolled at the College have access to Moodle however it is not always the case that you have access to an online module you are studying. If in doubt, ask your tutor. Even if you do not have any courses online you can still use the Library subject pages which will provide resources to help your studies.
In order to start using Moodle you need to activate your IT account. As well as accessing Moodle this username and password can be used to access your email, your College document storage and to log into a PC on campus.
If you are experiencing problems with logging in you can contact the IT Services Help Desk on 01274 433062.
Once you have logged in you can click on Update Profile and then type in the relevant information about yourself. During your induction into your online learning space your tutor might have some digital cameras available so that you can take your piccie in class.
For all administrative issues email firstname.lastname@example.org. You can phone the Moodle Help Desk on 01274 431631. You can also ask for help when you’re in the Libraries.