Usage support

2. Moodle

2.1 Accessing Moodle

Kyushu University Moodle logs you in with your ‘SSO-KID’. Please make sure that your SSO-KID is available.
If you have any problems with your SSO-KID, please visit the website “Kyushu University SSO Portal”.

2.1.1 Log in to Moodle

1.Start the specified browser (Google Chrome / Mozilla Firefox) on your computer and access Kyushu University Moodle

2. Click “Log in” at the top right of the Moodle top page screen.

3. Enter your SSO-KID and password and click the “Log in” button.

2.1.2 Moodle Top Page ( Home )

When you log in to Moodle, you will see the Site Home screen.

  • (1) Dashboard:When you click here you will be taken to the dashboard page. Please refer to 2.1.3 for details.
  • (2) My courses:List of the courses you registered for and are currently offered. Please refer to 2.1.4 My courses for details.
  • (3) Notices:Contains Agreement about usage of learning data and the latest important notices regarding the M2B system; Please check when accessing Moodle.
  • (4) Search course:You can find courses with the search function by entering the course name, the course ID, or a keyword in the course name.
  • (5) サイトニュース(Site News):Notifications about system maintenance or other important matters are published here. Please peruse this section.
  • (6) 【LINK】:Various useful links for Contact Us, Manuals, Course Requests (for faculty and staff), and more. Various manuals can be found in the “Other Manuals” section.
  • (7) Contact:A link to the list of inquiries regarding the M2B system is provided.
2.1.3 Dashboard

Click on “Dashboard” in the screen header section.

Turning on the “Edit mode” in the upper right corner of the screen allows you to customize the main screen and the block drawer on the right side of the screen by adding blocks of your choice. (The sample screen below shows the screen with the “Starred courses” block added.)

2.1.4 My courses

Click on “My courses” in the screen header section.
The courses you are enrolled in will be displayed.
(1) Courses become easy to find when applying the filter.

(2) You can search by course name.

(3) You can sort the course display by [course name (Ascending)] or [last accessed].

(4) You can change the layout.

(5) You can change the number of displayed courses. The default setting is 12. If you have more than 12 courses, click on the (6) button to view the next page.

(6) If there are more courses than displayed, click the next page (right).

* If you star your most frequently used courses, they will be easier to find on the Dashboard screen and in the (1) filter on the My Courses screen. You can also remove courses that you do not use very often from the view.

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