Are you student or staff of the Hertford Regional College and are you looking for the information about HRC moodle login, so here we share all the useful information about Moodle HRC, how to login moodle, reset moodle password, How to access a Moodle course and more information.
What is HRC ?
HRC (Hertford Regional College) is a further education college located over two sites in Hertfordshire, England. They was formed from the merger of Ware College and East Herts College in the early 1990s.
HRC offers a range of full-time study programmes, apprenticeships, higher education qualifications and part-time courses. Courses are designed to prepare students for progression to their chosen career – whether that be directly from the college or after further/higher education.
What is HRC Moodle ?
HRC Moodle using a ‘VLE’ is basically a web site containing lots of separate learning ‘course’ web sites where tutors can upload handouts, news, useful links and more for the students on those individual teaching courses to look at or download.
On some courses you will also be expected to upload course assignments and take part in discussions or other online activities, as requested by your tutors.
Talk to your tutor about how they expect you to use HRC Moodle for collaborative and independent learning whilst you are on your course.
How to login Hertford Regional College Moodle ?
You can use the following steps to login to HRC Moodle.
- First Open this webpage link moodle.hrc.ac.uk.
- Enter your Username and Password in the field.
- Tick on ‘Remember username’ option.
- Then click on the ‘login‘ button.
Can’t login to Moodle?
- Students: Click here for help/ more information.
- Staff: Click here for help/ more information.
- Staff who are also students: Click here for help/ more information.
- By logging into Moodle, you agree to abide by the College’s IT Code of Practice. Read it here.
Forgot or Reset Moodle@HRC Password
If you want to change or reset the password when you forget your password after logging in to Hertford Regional College Moodle, you can. For which you have to follow the steps given below.
- First Open this Forgot Password Link.
- If you want to reset the password of HRC Moodle by Username then you have to enter the Username used while logging in to HRC Moodle in its ‘Search by username’ field.
- Then click on the ‘Search’ option.
- If you want to reset the password of HRC Moodle by Email address then you have to enter the Email used while logging in to HRC Moodle in its ‘Search by email address’ field.
- Then click on the ‘Search’ option.
To reset your password, submit your username or your email address email field. If you can find you in the database, an email will be sent to your email address, with steps how to get access again.
If you forget your College password
Staff in the main Learning Centre can change it for you temporarily (provided you have a valid College ID card). You will then have to login to a college PC and set yourself a new password.
How to use Office 365 student email address – Moodle@HRC ?
Use your student email address. This is your usual College student ID number followed by @student.hrc.ac.uk (e.g. email@example.com).
Your password is the normal password you log onto College PCs or HRC Moodle with.
Forward HRC email
- Log onto Hertford Regional College Moodle.
- And go to Office 365 page and click on On your Outlook page click on the ‘Cog’ symbol on the top right-hand side of the screen.
- At the bottom on the settings list, click on ‘View all Outlook settings’.
- In the outlook settings, make sure Email is selected and then select forwarding.
- Put the email address you wish your college email to be forward to in the box.
All current students have an Office 365 account. That means you get:
- Online Email (Outlook).
- Online Storage (OneDrive) – you can store a whopping terabyte of files in the cloud!
- Free apps for your smartphone!
- Online Office – Create and edit Word and other Office files from OneDrive.
- Free full versions of Office software to download on your home PC!
Hertford Regional College Student Assistance Programme
Every student at HRC has access to the Student Assistance Programme (SAP). It offers a 24/7 free and confidential helpline – 0800 028 3766.
They can support on a host of issues such as:
- Physical and mental wellbeing
- Stress & anxiety
- Legal issues
- Education pressures
Also download the My Healthy Advantage app which can be found in both the iPhone and android app stores. The app offers ways to help improve you physical and mental health. Once you have downloaded the app use the code MHA195873 to activate.
The Health Assured support line is a separate service offered to students of Hertford Regional College. Health Assured provides a confidential service and the information users discuss with their helpline support workers is not routinely provided to the College unless their health, wellbeing or welfare is judged to be at imminent risk.
In these circumstances and where the support worker thinks you need additional support they will seek your consent to share your name and information about their concerns with the Safeguarding Team so that they can provide you with further help.
This approach is consistent with the Colleges Confidentiality Procedure which in signing on to a course students are subject to.
Add Subject reports for the Whole Group in HRC
On your Student Group page select General Reports and chose Subject Report This will take you to the subject report page. The correct report should have been automatically selected for you – either Term 1 or Term 2. There are two tabs: Main View and Quick View. Then select Quick View.
At the bottom of the Quick View page is a Subject Area box. You will need to input the subject area you are teaching, so that you have a subject to report against, then click on the Add Subject Area for all students. You may need to press ‘yes’ if a pop-up appears in your browser.
This will then display your students with the Subject Area and the four required drop down options.
Using the drop-down menu, answer the statement at the top of the columns. You also need to add comments about the students by clicking on the Blue notepad icon. This will generate a text box to fill in. Once you have filled in the text box, it will go Red to show that changes have been made but not yet saved. Once you have saved the page, it will turn blue.
Add subject report for Individual student
- It is possible to create an ad-hoc Subject Report for an individual student via the Main View page.
- You might want to do this in specific cases, e.g. if you are providing ALS.
- To do this, click Add on the same row of the student you wish to add a subject report to.
- This will generate a pop-up box containing all the fields/options you need to complete the report: Subject Area, the 4 drop downs and Comment box.
- Once you have completed the report press save.
How to Enrollments a Teacher on a Hertford Regional College Course ?
Any teacher can assign other teachers to a course. They can also unassign teachers, including themselves. However unassigning a teacher that is timetabled for a course means they will be automatically enrolled overnight. Students do not need to be enrolled, this process is all automated.
To enrol a teacher on your course, scroll down to the Administration block on the left side of the course and click the tab to expand it.
- Then click on Enroll User Option.
- This will take you to a list of existing enrolled users and their roles.
- Click on ‘Enroll users to the bottom right of the table.
- You should now see this window.
- Select the correct role in the drop down at the top of the window.
- Search for the teacher’s name.
- Click the Enroll button to the right of the correct user.
- To unassigned a role, go back to the table and click the X next to the role you wish to remove.
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How to Retrieve files from the previous HRC Moodle ?
Theupgrade to HRC Moodle 2 will be a little different to the past upgrades. Whereas normally upgraded the existing system, this system will be running alongside the old one. New system on vle.hrc.ac.uk and Old system: moodle.hrc.ac.uk.
This means files cannot be imported directly from -13 to -14 courses. If there are files you want to carry over from an old Moodle course, this guide is for you.
This guide describes the quickest method of downloading files from an old Moodle course to your computer. Once on your computer,any relevant files can be uploaded quickly to a Moodle 2 course (see the guide: Adding a file to your course).
Getting your files from Moodle 1.9
- Navigate to the course you wish to get the files from.
- Click the Files button in the Administration block on the left of the course page.
- You will now see a list of files and folders.
- Tick the boxes next to the files/folders you would like to take.
- Alternatively, you can click ‘Select all’ (only tick what you need as the more files you choose, the longer they’ll take to download).
- Scroll down to the bottom of the page and use the drop down box to select ‘Create zip archive’.
- You will now be taken to a page listing all the items you are zipping and scroll down to the bottom of this and choose a name for your new folder, then click ‘Create zip archive’.
- You will then be taken back to the files area where you can now see your zipped folder listed.
- Click this zipped folder to begin downloading it, this will take a while if you are zipping a lot of content.
- The download will take place in a window that pops up. In the bottom left of this window will be your zipped folder.
- Once the folder has finished downloading drag it onto your desktop or into another folder e.g. My documents or your USB stick; whatever works best for you.
Unzipping your files
- Open your zipped folder by double-clicking on it.
- Click ‘Extract all files’.
- You will now need to choose the folder on your PC that you will extract (unzip) the files to.
- By default, it will be in the same location that the zipped folder was in.
- In my case, that is the desktop but you can click Browse and choose another location, e.g. an empty folder you’ve created in My Documents.
Contact Support on Hertford Regional College
For a map of the Broxbourne Campus and directions for how to get there a regular bus service connects Cheshunt and Broxbourne rail stations to the campus. You can contact Information Team on 01992 411411 or firstname.lastname@example.org. They are available 9.00 am-4.30 pm Monday-Thursday and 9.00 am-4.00 pm on Friday.
Herts EN10 6AE UK
- Broxbourne Campus – Dee Peters 01992 411420 or 07701 286589 or email@example.com.
- London Road
Herts SG12 9JF UK
- Ware Campus – Robin Spicer 01992 411974 or 07968 421711 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Email email@example.com to book an appointment.
Hertford Regional College Services
They dedicated Financial Support team who are on hand at every stage of your learning offers journey to provide information and guidance on payment plans.
- Advice And Support
- Welfare And Counselling
- Financial Support
- Learning Support
- Careers Advice
- Concerned About Radicalisation
- Safeguarding At Hrc
- Accounting Apprentice
- Business Administration Apprentice
- Public Services
- Dealing With Stressful Situations
- Staying Calm Under Pressure
HRC Moodle FAQ
What is an apprenticeship?
For your son or daughter to get their career started they will need a combination of experience and qualifications. An apprenticeship can give them both, by combining on the job training with study (usually once a week) meaning they can earn while they learn. With some apprenticeships they could even gain a degree.
Why go to college to study these courses?
HRC is specifically designed to deliver top quality vocational education. The facilities, the expert lecturers and the links with employers, they know how to get the best out of young people who prefer a mix of learning styles, such as ‘hands on’ learning and like to express themselves through practical activities and exciting project work.
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