Moodle is a learning management system, a learning platform to support collaborative teaching and learning methods. You can interact with your students and colleagues in virtual classrooms on this platform, which can be tailored to suit your preferences and needs. Moodle can be used either to augment your classes, in the form of additional reading, for example, or even to conduct entire lectures throughout the semester by integrating all kinds of teaching/learning materials. The learning platform encourages active learning by the participants though self-reflection and working in groups. You can ask the Institute for Digital Teaching to line up courses to accompany your classes, or one-off projects (incl. staff-only), test courses, etc. Here’s a direct link to the learning platform.
Here’s a direct link to the learning platform.
We will be happy to help, should you experience any problems working on courses or have any questions. Please get in touch via email.
Would you learn more about Moodle?
The Institute for Digital Transformation offers training each semester on various topics, online via Zoom or Moodle, to familiarise you more closely with the didactic possibilities and key functions of our learning platform. You don’t need any previous experience with Moodle to attend these events. If you’d like to sign up for the next session, please drop us a line by email.
You can ask the Institute for Digital Transformation to set up a new Moodle course for you by emailing idt(at)hs-kempten.de . Please provide the following information:
You can find more detailed information about various digital learning options in the Online Teaching course posted on the Moodle platform at Kempten University of Applied Sciences. If you would like to access this course, please email us for the log-in code.
Basic advice for admitting students to your course: You can download a list of the students taking a particular course from MeinCampus, or request one from the relevant faculty office, which you can then use, for example, to email them details of procedures, links or passwords.