On Sunday September 24th we will be migrating some of the last servers from Granville Island to the new campus. As a result, the following services will not be available from 6:00 am to 10:00 pm:
Connect website (www.connect.ecuad.ca)
Course Outline Manager/Syllabus Manager (for faculty)
Access to some library resources (databases) from off-campus
Some other smaller blogs
You will not be able to log into:
Calendar (for staff)
Welcome to the student support area. You will have access to your Moodle courses starting only on the first day of the semester. Students are automatically enrolled into courses. Please refer to the Technical Requirements for Online Learning, before accessing your online courses.
Student Guides to Moodle
Use the "Learner Services" drop-down menus at the very top of this page, to access learning guides or click on the links below.
You will then be directed to a login page. There you will enter your Emily Carr username and password (the same one to access your email) then to another page, where your will use the enrollment key of "student" to access these student guides.
Moodle Login and Navigation
Moodle Login and Navigation
Please use the login link at the top right corner of this page, to access this site with your Emily Carr email account username/password.
The link will then take you to a page, where you should click on the top LInk for "Emily Carr University Users"
This will then lead you to the Central Authentication Sign-on (CAS) page, where you will enter your Emily Carr email account username/password.
When you login, you will come to a page called "My home" with a list of your Moodle courses and links. Please be sure to Logout when you are finished using Moodle.
Moodle can be accessed from the main Emily Carr University website homepage by clicking on the eLearning(Moodle) link.
In this video you will learn how to navigate moodle, access the most common activities and resources, submit assignments, review your assessment results and change your student profile.
Using a Text Editor
text editor (sometimes referred to as the 'HTML editor') has many icons
to assist the user in entering content. Many of these icons and
functions should be familiar to anyone who uses a word processor.
examples of where you will see the text editor include: Editing Section
headings, description of an activity, writing an answer to a quiz
question or editing the content of many blocks.
default text editor in Moodle is the Atto editor, built specifically
for Moodle. There is also a version of the TinyMCE editor and a plain
editors can be enabled, disabled or a different one set to default from
Administration > Site administration > Plugins > Text editors
> Manage editors. The order of priority may also be specified here.
An individual user can select an editor in their profile from Administration > My Profile settings > Edit profile.