Moodle is an open-source, freely available system that was built by and for teachers to provide a foundation for course management on the web. Moodle supports structured course-work with tools like assignments, quizzes, peer assessment, etc. Moodle is easy to use and has many powerful features designed to augment the classroom experience. For more information about Moodle, visit their webpage at http://www.moodle.org/.
Moodle At Evergreen
Moodle sites are available for every academic offering automatically and availability to those sites are controlled by the faculty. Faculty who wish to use their Moodle site, log into http://my.evergreen.edu/ you should find a site for next quarter waiting for you.
Moodle sites are not visible or available for use by students until the faculty make it so. Faculty can change the course availability when they're ready for students to use the site.
Students will be automatically enrolled about three weeks before classes begin.
Sites from previous quarters will remain available throughout the academic year. Courses will be moved to an archive area prior to the next academic year, but faculty should still have access to them for an additional year.
As always, faculty are welcome to contact their Academic Computing Liaison with any questions about your moodle sites.
Please visit http://my.evergreen.edu/ to find your sites.