Moodle is Humboldt State University's Learning Management System (LMS). Moodle makes it easy for faculty to post course information, conduct class discussions, create assignments, take attendance, use Clicker technology, and hold and grade exams online.
You do not need to know how to write code or use style sheets to work with Moodle - just add your content using the online forms. Files created in Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and other programs can be uploaded directly into the system.
Log into myHumboldt  using your HSU username and password, then click the Moodle icon in the upper right-hand corner above your name; if you have problems getting access to Moodle, these login tips  should help.
More detailed information about Moodle can be found in the HSU Faculty Guide to Moodle  (you need to log into myHumboldt  to activate this link). Support and training is available by callling (707) 826-3633 or visiting the Moodle office in Library 315. Classes are scheduled frequently, and one-on-one sessions are available in person or online using the Moodle Team Viewer.
Moodle provides advanced learning content development modules, including
The Lesson module in particular is designed to support Dr. Richard Mayer's practice principle of multimedia enhanced learning, as described in the book eLearning and the Science of Instruction .