If you cannot access your winter semester courses confirm you are registered for the course in my.upei.ca. Your instructor might not have made the course available or may not be using Moodle for that class. If you are registered for the class and cannot access the course contact the course instructor for clarification.
Earn the Academic Integrity Badge
Complete the UPEI Academic Integrity Tutorial and earn the badge for the 2023-2024 semester. Learn about what referencing, citing, and plagiarism mean inside of an academic community. Some courses require the badge for various activities and assessments. The badge expires at the end of the end of the 2024 Summer Semester.
Access Mental Health Supports
UPEI Student Affairs understands that many factors can impact your mental health and your success as a student. Visit Student Affairs or come up to 5th Floor Dalton Hall to find out about our Counselling Services, Academic Coaching, Peer Support Program, and Campus Life Program to name just a few of our services to support you at UPEI.
Contact the Sexual Violence Prevention and Response Office
We understand that many folks in our University community are survivors of sexualized violence. UPEI takes sexualized violence seriously and has a Sexual Violence Prevention and Response Office. Learn more at https://www.upei.ca/svpro or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Moodle 4 Essentials
UPEI's Moodle has been updated to Moodle 4, as a major update there have been some visual changes and some new features. The Teaching and Learning Centre has resources for instructors in our Moodle Essentials course.
How to Open Your Course for Students
Students are added to Moodle courses 28 days prior to the official start date. To give instructors control over when students can view course materials Moodle courses are created in a 'hidden' state. Course instructors need to open courses for students to be able to access the course or receive course announcements. For information see our guide on opening your Moodle course.