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Last Updated: Jul 31, 2014 URL: Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

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Moodle will be upgraded from version 2.2 to version 2.6 (and unavailable) starting at 9 pm on Wed, July 2, 2014 and part of Thursday July 3, 2014.


Training Sessions

The Moodle support team (Rosemary & George) are available at the Library from 9-11 and 1-3 most days.  Please contact to schedule an individualized training session.  If you cannot come to the Reading campus, please email to request a remote session (handled by technology).




Moodle educational logoWhat's Moodle? Moodle is designed to provide faculty and students with an easily accessible online course tool that promotes integration and collaboration, activity-based learning, critical reflection, etc. Its open source license and modular design means this software is more flexible and has functions that be more easily integrated into the software. 

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Handouts to see the new changes to Moodle
are available for Faculty.  
Students Handouts coming soon.


What type of help is availble to learn how to use Moodle? Use the tabs above to select the help you need.

For moodle support -

  • Assistance in USING moodle - email or call the library reference desk at 610-921-7211 for assistance 
  • Assistance in LOGGING INTO MOODLE OR EMAIL account, contact the ITS Helpdesk at or  610-921-7676 for assistance. 


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Rosemary Deegan
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Gingrich Library, Room 204
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George Missonis

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