The LSE Moodle archive is a read only copy of Moodle, the 2017/18 archive can be accessed at: https://moodle.lse.ac.uk/archive/1819/ see our webpage on the Moodle archive http://lti.lse.ac.uk/lse-moodle-archive/ for more information

The purpose of the LSE Moodle Archive is to provide an accessible digital snapshot of each course as it was at year-end, for the benefit of both students and staff. There are a range of scenarios in which this might prove useful: for students who may have to resit exams, or for staff who may want to be able to refer to resources or activities from previous years without cluttering their current year Moodle course.
No. Courses in the 2018/19 Moodle archive are hidden by default and departments are responsible to make courses visible throughout the whole year. If courses are not made visible to students, they will not be available to anyone, apart from the editors that were enrolled on them at the time the archive snapshot was taken.

If you are an editor and you want to make a course visible, go into the course in the Moodle archive and then go into the Administration block, click Edit settings > from the drop-down menu Visible select Show.

If you are a student and the course is not available, please contact your department.

No. Access to the archive is based on roles held by users when the Moodle archive was created; so, only those students that were enrolled in 2018/19 will be able access courses that have been made visible in the 2018/19 archive.

Nothing. Courses in the archive are hidden by default and so unless you make courses visible they will not be available to anyone, apart from the editors that were enrolled on them at the time the archive snapshot was taken.

This refers to making courses visible by going to the Administration block, click Edit settings > from the drop-down menu Visible select Show.

The lecture recordings are available for one year on the archive.

If you are enrolled into the course, you can easily make the course available. Please discuss this issue within your department, if you want to make the course available or not.

No students will need to have an active LSE account to be able to access the Moodle archive.

If you have a question that is not listed here please contact LTI.support@lse.ac.uk.