All of our blog posts can be found here. The most recent ones are as follows:


  • Delete and declutter
    18 September 2017
    It’s coming up to the start of term and time to get Moodle courses ready for the new cohort of students. We have refreshed most courses and upgraded to the new theme so it’s the perfect time to clear out old material, delete and de-clutter! The LTI Moodle audit identified many issues with layout and structure that could easily be […]
  • The student voice on technology, wellbeing and society.
    30 August 2017
    This blog post is one of a series on phase two of LSE 2020, a student-focused project that has engaged with 440 students. In this post, we discuss an issue that was frequently brought up by students: the impact of technology on society and our emotional wellbeing in an era of ever-increasing interconnectivity. The issues raised provide context into how today’s students navigate […]
  • New look Moodle for 2017/18!
    17 August 2017
    We hope you like the new look of Moodle and can find you way around. When you first log in you will taken to your dashboard On your first access you should see a tour which takes you through the new layout.  Also see our online guide on finding your way around. If you are a Moodle editor we have […]
  • Moodle refresh for 2017
    31 July 2017
    Moodle will be unavailable all day on Tuesday 15 August and Wednesday 16 August for all users, and on 12th September for courses used to submit dissertations. Don’t forget: you must download any information and documents you will need from Moodle before the refresh date that applies to your course. Course content will not be available to you after these […]
  • From interviews to Instagram, how did we engage students in the evaluation of Clement House?
    25 July 2017
    Working with students as partners in the development of their university experience should form an integral part of any institution’s set of policies. However, securing a sufficient level of student engagement, which is also meaningful, poses a challenge across the sector. Within the evaluation process for Clement House, we have been keen to utilise a wide array of communication channels […]