Moodle is the online learning management system that Niels Brock CIBU uses to help students and professors make the best of the educational experience.  Now your homework, course materials, contact resource with fellow students and hand-in box are all located in one easy to find, easy to access place that follows you wherever you go.

You don’t need fancy hardware to use Moodle

Students can use Moodle in all standard, modern browsers and operating systems.

There is even an official Moodle Mobile App.

‘Moodle,’ really? What kind of name is that?

The name is an acronym for Modular Object-Oriented Dynamic Learning Environment. All terms which are more useful for programmers and education theorists, than teacher and students –but don’t worry.

You don’t need more than simple browsing skills to use it.

‘Moodle’ is also a verb. According to the Merrian-Webster Dictionary it means to ‘meander.’ Moodle the company describes it as ‘the process of lazily meandering through something, doing things as it occurs to you to do them, an enjoyable tinkering that often leads to insight and creativity.’

So, no more excuses . . .

Your class notes, assignments, course material, calendar –in short just about everything you need—is clearly organized and always at your fingertips. It’s just one more way that CIBU is meeting the needs of our students around the world.