If one or more of your students have told you that they cannot access your course, there could be a number of reasons for this. Firstly, the student may not be fully registered in WIT. If this is the case, they will not be able to log into Moodle. Please advise them to contact the Registry office to complete the registration process.
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The list of modules you have access to each year in Moodle is based on your registration information. If you are missing modules please let the Moodle helpdesk know by email at firstname.lastname@example.org quoting your student number. We will work to fix the issue for you as quickly as possible.
The list of modules you have access to each year in Moodle is based on your registration information. If you are missing a module please let the Moodle helpdesk know by email at email@example.com quoting your student number. We will work to fix the issue for you as quickly as possible.
An enrolment key is a password required to gain access to a module in Moodle that you have not been automatically enrolled on. Please contact the lecturer of the module in question for an enrolment key.
You can share a module with other lecturers if you are timetabled to teach the same class group together. Alternatively, we can create a separate area for each of you in Moodle.
If a student in your group is a registered student at WIT you can enrol them on your module quite easily. Please follow these quick instructions:
You can contact the relevant School secretary and request the CRN number for a specific module. Once you have obtained the CRN number, email it to firstname.lastname@example.org requesting to be added as a lecturer to the module.
Initially, you will be assigned to the modules in Moodle that you are timetabled on as per the timetabling system information one week prior to the start of each semester.
After this date, the Moodle team will be individually updating a lecturer’s allocation only when requested to do so to reflect changes to timetables. On average a new module can be set up in Moodle within one working day of the request being received.
Please send an email to email@example.com to request editing rights to any module you need access to quoting the relevant CRN number. If there are already lecturers assigned to the module in question and they have content in place, we will need to contact them to get permission to add you to this module.
Only students who are registered in the student registration system for that specific course module can access your module content in Moodle.
If you are lecturing on a module and are already assigned to this module in Moodle you can enrol a colleague as a non-editing lecturer so that they can view the content that you have put in place.