The Moodle.haverford.edu was upgraded on May 27, 2014. As part of the upgrade project, we split Moodle into two separate instances: moodle.haverford.edu for academic courses and moodlegroups.haverford.edu for committees, student groups, and other miscellaneous needs.
The new version has a number of features you may like, including:
- Improvements to the editing interface and setting options
- Drag and drop images directly onto your course page
- Annotate assignments using a new feedback option
- New badging options
MoodleF11-S14 has Old Courses and Organizations
This new version has your new academic course shells, but does not have older course shells. You can find older courses at moodlef11-s14.haverford.edu. You can no longer change the content in your course shells on the moodlef11-s14.haverford.edu, but you can copy or restore content to the new site.
Long-term Archive/Retention Policy
This is part of a new, long-term archive/retention policy. Going forward, the Moodle courses taught in the previous three years will be available for you to review, backup, and restore into your current courses–although they may not be on the current Moodle server. Course materials on Moodle taught four to eight years ago will be available upon request from IITS, but may take up to a week to restore. Courses taught more than eight years ago will be deleted and no longer available from IITS. We recommend you keep your own archives of any materials you want to keep, in addition to the materials kept by IITS.
For more information, watch our video What’s New in Moodle at Haverford or attend a workshop, Beyond the Basics: What’s New or Cool in Moodle on Tuesday, June 3rd from 2:00pm to 4:00pm to see the new Moodle features, as well as some useful, but less used, older features. For general information about the new Moodle version, go tohttp://docs.moodle.org/26/en/New_features
If you have any questions, please contact email@example.com.