Moodle access for the online tutorial

University of Missouri Extension offers Moodle, an online tutorial/self-study resource for both educators and students (two versions).

What is Moodle?

Moodle was originally an acronym for Modular Object-Oriented Dynamic Learning Environment. It is a FREE web application; open source software for producing Internet-based courses and websites, also known as Course Management System (CMS), Learning Management System (LMS), and Virtual Learning Environment (VLE). Learn more:

How do I access the Ounce of Prevention MOODLE courses from MU Extension?

The Ounce of Prevention Teacher Resources/Tutorial Moodle is available on the University of Missouri Extension website. You will need an Extension passport to access the Moodle. If you do not already have a passport, go to https://extweb.missouri.edu/accountmanager to create one.

Once you have a passport, you can register for the Ounce of Prevention Moodle:

See the For Students page for more information about the Moodle for students.

Once you have registered for the course, you can log in to the Moodle using this link: https://extcourses.missouri.edu/login/index.php