Moodle for Faculty Members
The University of New Orleans uses Moodlerooms' Joule platform, a hosted, online learning solution based on an open-source Moodle core, as its central course delivery platform. Instructors of online, hybrid and classroom-based courses configure their Moodle course shells to deliver content including syllabi, policies and information, lectures, assignments, discussions, quizzes and exams, chats, and grades.
Students participate by receiving lecture content in various formats, submitting assignments, communicating with their instructors and classmates, and accessing grades.
Review the list of requirements needed to access Moodle on your PC or Mac computers.
Joule 2 Manuals
Get access to the Joule 2 Teacher, Administrator, and Student manuals.
Frequently Asked Questions
Read the answers to frequently asked questions about Moodle. Some of the links provided will lead to brief tutorials on the Moodlerooms support site. Please ignore any references to webinars and training sessions. If you need training, please contact us.
Some of these links lead to brief tutorials on the Moodlerooms support site. Please ignore any references to webinars and training sessions - instead, contact us via email or at 504-280-5512 for training.
- How to edit a course in Moodle 2.x's Folder layout.
- How to back up a Moodle course.
- How to restore a Moodle course from a backup file.
- What is this new My Private Files area in Moodle 2.x?
- How to drag and drop files in Moodle 2.x.
- How to create an Assignment in Moodle 2.x.
- Where can I learn more about setting up my classes with Moodle 2.x?
Our in-house videos are short and focus on questions that are best answered with step-by-step demonstration. We are continually adding to our collection and welcome your requests at firstname.lastname@example.org.
UNO Instructional Technology on YouTube
Click on the Playlist menu at the top left of the video below for a list of videos.