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titleWhat is a Moodle Archive?

LSE Moodle Archiveis a read-only copy of LSE Moodle for each academic year.

The purpose of the LSE Moodle Archive is to retain an accessible digital record of each course for students and staff. This is useful for students who have to resit or retake courses and for students and staff who want to review material from previous years. It also keeps the current year’s courses on Moodle clutter free.

Each year, an archive copy will be created and it will be kept for three years.

All records present on LSE Moodle will be included in the archive. This includes, course content (e.g. resources, web links), activities (e.g. forum posts, assignments, quizzes), stored records, grades and feedback.  Please note that due to license agreements lecture recordings will only be available in the most current archive and will be removed after one yearLecture recordings are now available for all three years that a course remains in the archive.

The level of access to the archives reflects the level of access on the day the archive copy was created. For example, if a student was enrolled on a suite of courses when the 2018/19 archive was taken, they will have access to the same courses (read-only) in the 2018/19 archive.