Are you student or staff of the University of Lethbridge and are you looking for the information about uleth moodle login, so here we share all the useful information about Moodle UofL, how to login moodle, reset moodle password, How to access a Moodle course and more information.
What is uleth ?
uleth (University of Lethbridge), also known as uLethbridge, uLeth and UofL is a public comprehensive and research university, founded in the liberal education tradition, located in Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada.
The University of Lethbridge welcomed 650 students when it first opened its doors in 1967. With the completion of University Hall in 1971, the University moved permanently to west Lethbridge with enrolment growing to over 1,200 students.
What is uleth Moodle ?
uleth Moodle is the learning and teaching management system that is supported at the UofL (University of Lethbridge). University of Lethbridge Moodle stands for Modular Object Oriented Dynamic Learning Environment System.
It is a popular open-source learning platform designed to provide educators, administrators and learners with a single robust, secure and integrated system to create personalised flexible environments for learning communities and including courses.
UofL (University of Lethbridge) Moodle Login
UofL Moodle You can login through Microsoft system, for which you have to provide your username or email account. You will be able to login to uleth Moodle by following the steps given below.
- First Open this webpage link moodle.uleth.ca.
- A login window will open in front of you with a Microsoft system.
- Then enter your Username in the field.
- And click on the ‘Next’ button.
- Issue your Password in the field.
- Last click on the ‘Submit‘ button.
Need help signing in?
Students Logging into UofL Moodle
There are a couple of ways to access your Moodle account.
- You can find the link on the UofL website under Web Tools.
- If you are a student you can login via the Portal.
- You may also type in the URL into your web browser https://moodle.uleth.ca/.
Either way you login to uleth Moodle, you will use the same username and password as the Bridge and UofL email accounts.
University of Lethbridge Password Change Form
Your Network password is used for authentication when logging onto the campus network, accessing your network storage space and email account and when connecting to the network remotely. It also gives you access to the Bridge, Course-ware and most other network services.
- Open this Forgot Password Link.
- Enter your Username and Password to get a form where you can specify a new password.
- Click on the ‘Get Password Form’ option.
Having Trouble Accessing Your Account?
To log into the scholarship application, you must use your full University of Lethbridge email address. To view your student email address, please log into the Bridge.
If you are a new applicant to the university and have not yet been offered admission or have not yet or only very recently accepted your offer of admission, you may need to wait an hour before you can sign-in. As a new applicant, you can sign in with your Bridge username and add @ in front of uleth.ca (e.g. email@example.com).
If you are still experiencing an issue, and need help with your Login or password, please contact:
Creating an Assignment Drop Box in UofL Moodle
UofL Moodle has an Assignment Tool which allows for students to download/view the assignment in uleth Moodle, as well as upload their assignment file into uleth Moodle to be graded.
- Make sure editing is turned on by clicking Turn Editing On in the top right corner.
- Click on Add an Activity or Resource under the Topic/Section you wish to place the Assignment Dropbox.
- Under Activities, then click on Assignment.
- Click Add at the bottom.
- Give a title to your assignment by typing in the Assignment Name field.
- A description of your assignment is required.
- You can type in the details of your assignment in the Description field.
- If you wish, you may also upload a file for students to download with further instructions.
- Under Additional Files search for your file and add or drag and drop the file here.
- Set the dates of your assignment. Allow Submissions From is the start date of your assignment.
- Due Date is the date that the assignment is due.
- Cut-off Date is the date that you will no longer allow students to submit their assignment.
- Any assignments submitted between the due date and the cut-off date will be marked as late, (you are not required to have a due date or a cut-off date).
- The remaining options are typically left as the default settings, but you may go in and change these if you wish.
- If you would like students to upload more than one file you can alter the number as required.
- Once you are done with all the settings you can click ‘Save and Return to Course’ at the bottom.
How to Add a Course Syllabus to uleth Moodle ?
uleth Moodle allows you to add a variety of files and activities to course sections. This tutorial will specifically show you how to add a syllabus to your University of Lethbridge Moodle course.
Step by step instructions
- Click Turn Editing On located in the top right of the screen.
- You are able to add activities and/or resources under each topic in your course.
- Once you have turned editing on you can click Add Activity or Resource under the topic you wish to add your course syllabus to.
- A file, such as a course syllabus, is considered a resource in Moodle.
- To add a resource, scroll down the list of options and choose which resource you would like to add from the resource menu.
- For adding a course syllabus, choose to add a file, Once you have file selected, click Add at the bottom.
- The Adding a New File window will become visible to you. Give your file a name by typing in a title in the name field.
- To add the file, either click and drag the file into the content area, or click on Add to browse for the file.
- If you click on Add, you will be taken to the File Picker.
- Choose Upload a File, then click on Browse.
- You may then choose the file from various areas, including your desktop on your computer.
- Find the file you wish to add to your course, then click Upload this File.
- Choose ‘Save and Return to Course’ option.
How to Add a Resource to uleth Moodle (Files, URLs, Folders) ?
This guide will walk you through the difference between the following resource items: Files, Folders, Pages, Labels, IMS packages, and URL’s. It will help you understand why you may want to use one resource type over another.
- To add a resource to your course, first make sure editing is turned on in the top right corner, by clicking on Turn Editing On.
- Click on +add activity or resource, the resource list is at the bottom, the activity list is at the top.
- Choose which of the resource options listed below you wish to select and then click Add at the bottom.
Files are resources added to Moodle that are built in an external environment using a software program or something similar. Examples of a file are a .pdf, a Word document, a picture, movie clip or a Powerpoint presentation.
There are many circumstances when you would want to use file; however, this resource type is best for files that require specific software or services to open them. An example of this would be a data file for a statistical program such an SPSS.
Folders are great ways to organize related files. You can only add files and not pages, or labels. The folder function also gives you the ability to nest folders and files.
IMS Content Packages
These packages are often bundled with CD/DVD or web resources that are affiliated with publishers and textbooks. If you have an IMS Content Package you would like to install, please contact the Teaching Centre for one-on-one assistance.
Labels are similar to pages but rather than displaying as a link within the uleth Moodle topic structure, they embed and display within the topic they are added to. The Labels nest with other resource and activity links within Moodle and have the same functionality by being able to be moved and reordered within the topic structure.
A page is an internal resource within UofL Moodle. When you create a page it displays within Moodle, and does not require the student to download the page, it is simply viewable within UofL Moodle and the browser. You create a page that can utilize a variety of fonts and formatting, as well as the insertion of photos, videos and hyperlinks. Pages display as a link within the Moodle Topic structure.
Adding a URL resource is the same as adding a hyperlink to a webpage. This is a great way to share a link to an external site such as a YouTube video, research journal, or library resource.
Add a Teaching Assistant to University of Lethbridge Moodle Course
If you have a Teaching Assistant, you can give them access to your uleth Moodle course to assist in grading or content management.
To add a Teaching Assistant
- Go to the Administration Block on the left side of your course. Expand Users, then click on Enrolled Users.
- Click on Enrol Users (top right).
- Under Assign Role, choose Advanced Teaching Assistant.
- A Basic Teaching Assistant has access for marking only.
- An Advanced Teaching Assistant has access for marking as well as updating content and creating or editing exams.
- In the search field, type in the name of the user you wish you enrol.
- Once these two options are filled out, you may click on the blue button at the bottom, called Enrol Users.
Embedding a YouTube Video in UofL Moodle
You can include YouTube videos in your UofL Moodle course. This tutorial will walk you through how to embed the video into your course.
- To embed a video in your Moodle page, first make sure editing is turned on.
- Next, open the Topic/Section you wish to place the video.
- Click on the small gear icon to open the settings for that topic or section.
- You can uncheck the Use Default Section Name to change the title of the Section if you wish to do so.
- When you uncheck the box, you will notice that you are able to type in the field to change the title.
- Change the title if you wish, the default for this example is ‘Section 10’.
- In the summary, you may give a brief statement about the topic/section or video if you wish.
- Type in a word for the video, such as ‘(video)’.
- Highlight that word and click on the link button.
- In another browser window, find the URL to your YouTube Video and Copy, and Paste the link into the Link URL field.
- Click on Insert.
- Click Save Changes at the bottom.
Your video will now be embedded into your Moodle page, and your Section Title will be changed.
How to Create New H5P Content in uleth Moodle ?
This guide will show you how to create new content in uleth Moodle using the H5P plugin.
- Click on Add an Activity or Resource.
- Choose Interactive Content from the H5P plugin, then click Add.
- From here, you can choose the content type you wish to create and give it a title.
- Next, click Create Content for your interactive activity.
- If you see an Update button, click on that first. If not, then you may click on Use.
- For this example demonstrating the Interactive Video content.
- If you prefer to work in a larger area, you may enlarge the H5P editor by clicking on the diagonal arrows in the top right.
- Click on Metadata to save your author information.
- From here, you can follow the steps within the H5P editor.
- Once you have completed the steps within the editor, you may click on Add Interactions.
- Enter your information where applicable, and adjust the option choices as required. Once you have completed the information, hit Save Metadata on the top right.
- Once completed, click Proceed to Save, to return to the Moodle Editor.
- Back in the Moodle Editor, you may set a point value if you wish to grade the activity.
- You may change the Moodle settings as needed, once complete click on Save and Return to Course at the bottom of the page.
You have now set up your H5P content within uleth Moodle.
uleth Moodle Testing Centre Hours
If you are an instructor and want to use the Testing Centre to have your students write an exam, here is some information that you should know about how the Moodle Testing Centre operates as well as the information you will need to provide to us in the Teaching Centre so they can book your exam properly.
Fall 2021 Hours
- Monday – Friday: 9:00am – 9:00pm
- Saturday – Sunday, and holidays: 9:00am – 5:00pm
- The Testing Centre is located in University Hall, B770
Determine what kind of exam you would like to write
Currently, the Testing Centre, only manages the proctoring of exams that will take place within Moodle, and does not allow exclusive bookings of the room. Plan to have your exam run for a period of time, typically a couple of days to a week.
Determine when you would like the exam to be written and also how long your students will have to complete the exam
The Testing Centre can get busy, so it is a good idea to book your exams in advance. Keep in mind that your exam is likely not the only exam being written, so the exact date and time you want, may not be available. If this happens you may be asked to adjust your exam window by a day forward or back, please be prepared for this possibility.
Do your students need any special allowances?
The Testing Centre is a secure testing environment. Students are never given the password, and the browser of the computer they write their exam on, has a security lock that will not allow students to access any other internet materials.
Contact Support or Email on University of Lethbridge
If you have any questions about academic programs, admissions, financial aid, requests for materials, or any other inquiries regarding attending the University of Lethbridge, please contact us in person, by email or phone.
University of Lethbridge
4401 University Drive
University of Lethbridge- Calgary Campus
Suite 6032, 345-6th Ave SE
(6th Floor, Bow Valley College – South Campus Building)
Other contact and email
- General inquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Media inquiries: 403-329-2582
- Admissions Inquiries: email@example.com
- Advising: firstname.lastname@example.org
University of Lethbridge Services
The University of Lethbridge offers specialized programs for you and can help you to reach your post-secondary goals. Take specific courses or programs on the campus in Calgary or experience any of the programs in Lethbridge.
- Academic advising
- Academic support
- Tutoring Services
- University Library
- English for Academic Purposes (EAP)
- Grade appeals
- Subject librarians
- Writing Centre
- Accommodated Learning Centre
- Health Care
- Testing Centre
- Study Skills
- Studying, Exam and Academic Support
uleth (UofL) Moodle FAQ
How to handle Assessment of learning?
The Assessment of Student Learning Policies continue to apply, even for online teaching. In particular, if you are thinking about final assessments, which places restrictions on what can be done in the final two weeks of classes and on due dates for final essays or take home examinations.
What Moodle assistance is available?
If you have questions about Moodle, please check the resources regarding Moodle. An answer to your question may already be available. You can go through tutorials step by step, or use one of the help forms to submit a request to support staff.
How does Moodle relate to Zoom? Is Moodle within Zoom?
Moodle is considered a Learning Management System and Zoom is considered a video conferencing tool. Zoom and Moodle are not related to one another in the fact that they are two separate software. You can provide a link to your students to your Zoom class in Moodle for easy access.
This will allow your students to use Moodle as a learning hub to access the resources and tools they need to participate in your class. Otherwise, they are completely separate and do not have any shared functions.
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