The new Moodle platform is now accessible! While new courses are not available yet, and we'll still be fine tuning the platform, it’s a milestone for this summer’s Moodle project.
We'll be migrating teaching-focused courses from legacy to new Moodle until the end of August. We're working with departmental Moodle Migration Coordinators (MMCs) to provide information about what should be migrated. We want to avoid piecemeal requests, so please make sure you communicate your requirements to your MMC. You can find out more about migration here: https://wiki.ucl.ac.uk/x/AQymBQ
The IOE and the Medical School will be migrated first, due to early teaching starts. Following that, we will work through every other request, aiming to complete high priority requests by the end of July. Your MMC will let you know when your department’s courses have all been migrated and are ready for you to review.
For the next few weeks, to focus on successfully migrating around 8000 existing courses, we won’t be creating new courses outside of the migration process. However, after this you will be able to request new courses for teaching new modules, or test courses to experiment, as before.
Thanks to all those who have attended the Information sessions so far, and question and answers from these have been added to the FAQS here: https://wiki.ucl.ac.uk/x/EwdtBQ
If you haven't attended a session yet, you can find details here: https://wiki.ucl.ac.uk/x/D4OXBQ