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Spring 2020 Pre-Registration: October 28th
Faculty Return: January 13th
New Student Orientation: January 16th
On–Site Registration: January 17th
Instruction Begins: January21st
Late Registration w/ Fee: January 22nd - 23rd
Last Day Add/Drop Classes w/out "W": January 24th
NTU offers online and in-person training for Moodle, NTU's learning management system. You can attend group training or receive instructions online. You can attend group training or receive instructions online. In addition, the information below will help you familiarize yourself with Moodle at NTU.
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How to log in to Moodle
You should now be logged in. If you got a login error, please double-check our password and NTU ID. If you cannot log in to Moodle, please click on Forgotten your username or password to reset your password. Your courses are located under "My Courses" in the main page, you may need to scroll down if you do not see your course. You will not see any listings if you are not enrolled in any courses.
How to Find your Course(s)
Your courses are located under "My Courses". You should see semesters listed. Click the down arrow next to the current semester to see the courses for that semester. You will normally be enrolled in a Moodle course site the day after you officially register for a course.
Your profile is your identity to Moodle. All NTU Moodle users can see it, including your instructors.
To edit your profile
You need to already be logged into Moodle. To change or add information about yourself, such as your picture or interests, to the right top page, click on the down arrow next to your username. Click on Profile, then click Edit profile.
Your profile will open, showing the information others can view about you. Click on Expand all link to open all the options (upload an image, or add/change other pieces of information.) Scroll down and click Update profile when finished.
If you would like to include a picture with your profile, click on User profile and drag a photo to the New picture file area. To add a new picture, browse and select an image (in JPG or PNG format) then click "Update profile". The image will be cropped to a square and resized to 100X100 pixels. Several settings that are accessible from your profile can be customized. Some of the more useful ones are:
Optional: Again, remember that this profile is accessible to all members of the NTU community — your professors and everyone else will be able to see this picture. The same caution is applicable to any personal description you might include.
Click on Update profile once you added your information
You should have common plugins installed:
If your instructor uses other types of rich media, you may need other plugins
Microsoft Office, Google Docs, or other word processing and spreadsheet applications
Some features in Moodle may work better with some browsers than with others. It's not a bad idea to have more than one browser installed on your computer, and you should become familiar with using both (though not necessarily simultaneously).
If you have questions about Moodle, please email email@example.com.
NTU Information Technology Support:
Navajo Technology University Information Technology Department