For every module you study you will be registered for its equivalent ‘module web’ on Moodle. This is a secure web area where staff can post key information about the module and enrolled students can access the material.
All module webs will have the following basic information:
- Module guide, with content of module, aims and learning outcomes
- Week by week schedule of classes
- Recommended reading
- Turnitin links for submitting coursework
Depending on the pedagogical approach taken by the module leader and guest speakers, the module web may also provide outlines for lectures, PowerPoint slides, etc. These will sometimes be available before the relevant class takes place, but they might only be available afterwards or not at all. It is really important to attend classes and participate, so any materials provided on Moodle are a supplement to your classroom activities rather than a substitute for attending. Guest speakers are normally asked to provide copies of their materials but they may not be available in every case.
If you have a disability which means you’d benefit from accessing teaching materials in advance, or in a different format, please let us know and we’ll do our utmost to help.