1. What is Moodle?
Moodle is a learning management system, or a software application, that makes course content readily available to students. Moodle acts as an online classroom. This classroom contains your reading assignments, papers and projects, tests, opportunities to discuss course concepts, and additional learning opportunities.
2. How can I get to the Baker University Moodle site and log in?
Log into Moodle.
3. Where do I go to find Moodle help?
Technical support for Moodle is available 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Monday - Friday by calling 913.491.4432 or 785.594.4544 or by submitting an online Help Desk request.
4. What if I don’t see my course in Moodle?
If you are enrolled in an online course and log in successfully to Moodle and do not see the course available in Moodle, please keep in mind that online courses will appear in Moodle by the first day of the class. If you are scheduled to begin a course and still do not see the course available to you in Moodle, please submit an online Help Desk request or call 785.594.4544 to confirm your enrollment in the course.