OpenMoodle courses for the publication of content that is to be made available to the public or to external staff, people without a university or project connection can be requested from Support. If content is released to anonymous users (guest access), interactive content is usually not available.
Different course formats, customizable permissions/role system, notifications, drag-and-drop editing mode and file upload, accessibility checking tools, different material types for teaching/learning content, many different activities: Polling, assignments, surveys, chat, database, feedback, progress lists, forum, peer review, glossary, group voting, journal (learning diary), lesson (step-by-step teaching material), integration of learning packages, scheduler, tests/quizzes, surveys, wiki, etherpad
Moodle offers numerous configuration options for a wide range of formats and deployment scenarios. Feel free to contact us with your requirements and ideas.
Request by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have any questions and/or problems, please contact the TiL team preferably by e-mail.
Tel.: 0521 106-12063
Information for making OER available is also available from the Centre for teaching and learning [Centre for teaching and learning] at email@example.com.
In particular, for legal questions regarding the individual scope of open educational content licensing, you can contact David Timothy Barber (in-house counsel).
Like Moodle, OpenMoodle is based on the learning platform software of the same name.
Instructions are available in the campus support portal at:
General support and information on Moodle at: