Lawrence started using the open source learning management system, Moodle, in 2004.  Instructors primarily use Moodle to make materials available to students outside of class.  Moodle can also be used to collect assignments, deliver quizzes, and host discussion forums. There are a number of advanced features available in Moodle as well. Contact Arno Damerow for more information.

Moodle audio recorder

An audio recorder is now built into Moodle and is compatible with most desktop browsers (the Adobe Flash Player needs to be installed).  See this page for more information.

Important Info

Instructors, you can easily create your own Moodle courses!  Details are provided on the Voyager Inst Tech Tools page.

Moodle courses do not live forever!  See the Moodle data policy page for the details regarding when Moodle sites are deleted.


See the moodle statistics.pdf document for information about how Moodle usage has changed since its introduction at Lawrence.

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