If you have a public account (non LSE account) click Forgot username of password and follow the steps.
Step 3: Finding your way around
After logging in, you will be taken to your Dashboard.
Your Dashboard has a Course Overview with two tabs: Timeline – which contains any deadlines or dates for activities in Moodle. Courses – under this tab you should be able to see any courses that you are enrolled into (In progress, Future, and Past).
On the left hand side you will see various blocks:
Navigation - this block appears in every course and lists the courses your are enrolled into and also links you to your Dashboard and the Moodle Site home page.
Calendar - this block displays any deadlines or events from courses that you are enrolled on.
Latest Announcements -this block containsany news items that have been posted to the Moodle homepage.
Library Search - this blockallows you to view and renew your library loans and search the library catalogue.
In the top right hand corner you will see your name and an icon with an arrow. Click on the arrow to access your Profile, Preferences, Dashboard, Grades and Messages.
The top navigation menu, includes links to other services (LSE Life, Library, Moodle Archive).
It also contains a drop down list of the courses you are enrolled on and a search feature where you can search courses by course name or course code.
Once you have selected a course, you will be taken to the course main page. The layout consists of a two-column layout on the left, you will find blocks, and next to it, the main course content divided into sections.
Sections represent weeks or topics, depending on the selected course format. In each section, you can add content, activities and resources.
Blocks display additional information and features for courses.
Some resources on the page are coloured grey, which means that they are hidden from students. Only teachers and editors can see such items. Entire sections can be hidden if required.
The most commonly-used formats are:
It creates a section for each week of the course. Make sure your course start date is correct. If it is not your weeks will have the wrong date on it.
The course is organised into sections with a custom topic title.
It creates a grid of sections displayed as an image or an icon.
Similar to the Topics format, but all sections can be toggled on and off.
Navigating within a course
In this of blocks, you will find the Navigation block. This will provide easy access to the different sections, pages, features, activities and resources of your course.
Additionally, when navigating your course you will find a breadcrumb trail at the top of the page. This will show a path of links to up to the page you are currently viewing.