Moodle LMS

What is Moodle?

Key Features

Easily build course resources, activities and provide grades
  • Links to documents and web pages
  • Use iSpring Suite to create media-rich presentations with audio/video narrations, embedded quizzes, and actors/characters
  • Import IMS/SCORM Content packages and testbanks from textbooks
  • Set up Games, issue Certificates
  • Grade students’ work via grade book
Promote Collaboration
Moodle has a variety of native tools for promoting student interaction and collaboration like the Discussion Forum, Chat Room and Wiki. If desired, discussion forums can be graded and automatically incorporated into the Gradebook.

  • Discussion Forum
  • Chat
  • Wiki
  • Database
  • Glossary
  • Groups and Groupings
  • VoiceThread
Assess and Evaluate Student Performance
The most common Moodle tools for assessing individual students’ performance are the Assignment, Quiz and Lesson. When you create an Assignment, Quiz or Lesson, it is automatically added to the gradebook.

  • Assignment/Dropbox
  • Quiz
  • Lesson
Easy Communication Tools
  • Messaging (Instant message)
  • Forums
  • Chats
  • Adobe Connect rooms via the integrated activity
  • Adobe Connect Pro
  • Turnitin plagiarism checker
  • Respondus Quiz Author
  • Respondus LockDown Browser
  • Kaltura
  • VoiceThread
  • iSpring Suite – while not directly integrated, you can easily upload lectures recorded/created using iSpring into your Moodle course

Spring 2017 Training Schedule

Other Moodle Training Options

(login with NetID required)
Watch Recorded Webinars Here View All Moodle 2 Training Options

RBHS Moodle Versions

As of Fall 2015, RBHS’ main Moodle site is now running version 2.8 of the LMS and can be accessed at
The old site is now accessible at

Moodle Support

Mon-Fri 9AM – 7PM
(use same number for After Hours Support)