Student: Introduction to Moodle ISU Moodle ISU
This guide will explain the appropriate browsers that are most compatible with Moodle ISU. It will also discuss the basic process for accessing your Moodle ISU course and what to do if you encounter any problems.
This guide will help you to understand:
Mozilla Firefox is an open source browser recommended for Moodle ISU. It is recommended that you DO NOT use Internet Explorer when accessing Moodle ISU due to the high probability of encountering browser-related issues such as the inability to take a quiz or submit an assignment.
If you don’t already have Firefox installed, you can download it for free from:
Sign in, then Click on the Moodle icon on the top right of the page.
You may also Type elearning.isu.edu in your web browser.
Other browsers may be used such as Chrome, Sea Monkey, Safari, etc. However, because there are known problems with other browsers, we strongly recommend using Mozilla Firefox. Please DO NOT use Internet Explorer when accessing Moodle ISU.
Your username is the same as the first part of your email address. For example, if your ISU email is firstname.lastname@example.org, your username is doejane. The password for Moodle ISU is the same as the password for your ISU email. If you have forgotten your password, you can look up the information in My ISU or call the help desk at 282-HELP (4357).
To logout, Click on the icon next to your name at the upper right corner of the screen. A popup window will appear and you will be able to scroll down to Log out.
Note: A pop-up screen will appear.
PLEASE NOTE: It is recommended that you DO NOT USE Internet Explorer when accessing Moodle ISU due to the high probability of encountering browser-related issues such as the inability to take a quiz or submit an assignment.
Where and How to Get Help with Moodle ISU
Students can find guides for using Moodle in the following places:
If you have any additional questions regarding Moodle ISU, please contact the ITS Help Desk at 282-HELP (4357) or your instructor.
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