Over the years, Moodle has proven its worth as a reliable learning platform at Leuphana University, consistently supporting both teachers and students in their academic endeavors.

Moodle is far more than just a place to share documents: Moodle is an interactive online learning space that supports face-to-face teaching, asynchronous learning resources and fully-fledged self-study courses. With its wide range of functions, Moodle is a multi-faceted didactic tool that can be adapted to meet the individual needs of both teachers and learners.

On this page, you will find a first overview about the learning platform, as well as information on current qualification opportunities that can help you to harness the full didactic potential of this platform.

"Moodle: Overview & Possible Applications"

Moodle is a versatile online learning platform that offers a wide range of features to conduct a variety of teaching and learning scenarios.

For example, Moodle is ideal for implementing blended learning concepts, such as providing digital materials and self-study assignments in preparation for face-to-face interaction between teachers and students in a seminar.

Moodle can also be used as a virtual space where students can collaborate and discuss content each other. Teachers can support this form of collaborative learning by setting up forums, wikis and other group activities, and by monitoring learners' progress outside the actual seminars through comments and feedback.

Competency-based assessment can be promoted by assigning specific learning objectives and competencies to your Moodle courses. These can be assessed during the course using a variety of built-in assessment formats. These include multiple choice tests, open questions and portfolio work.
Students can receive automated and immediate feedback on their current status after each competency assessment through learning paths, progress indicators or badges..

In addition to the features mentioned above, Moodle also offers a wide range of other options such as interactive exercises, quizzes or surveys, and the integration of videos, podcasts or other multimedia elements, which you can use to tailor the learning environment to your needs and those of the course participants.

Registration & Login

Do you want register for Moodle?
Then just log in with your Leuphana ID, if you are not already registered this will be done automatically the first time you log in.

Click here to go to the Moodle registration page.

Examples & Tutorials

If you are not yet familiar with the many settings and features of Moodle, you can visit our Moodle tutorials. They will give you a better idea of how to design your courses, allow you to try different Moodle activities, and teach you how to implement them in your own courses.

Click here to go to the Moodle tutorials main page. (currently only available in German)