Welcome to Shaw Online!

Shaw University provides opportunities for learning in four modalities: face-to-face, online, hybrid, and via video-teleconferencing. The Learning Management System, Moodle, serves an online hub for teaching and learning, allowing students access to their course syllabi, attendance records, and grades. Students enrolled in distance education courses also access instructional materials, resources, assignments, and assessments in the weekly sections of their Moodle courses.

Success in Distance Education requires being proactive in your studies and taking responsibility for your own learning. Find out if Distance Education is right for you by completing a brief self-inventory.

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ATTN: Faculty -- Upcoming Moodle PD
by Neaves, Amy - Monday, January 29, 2018, 12:47 PM
 

Faculty, Mark Your Calendars
Tuesday, January 30
Yancy #130
Register at http://bit.ly/OET-RSVP
 
  • Setting the Stage for Feedback: Moodle Gradebook Setup (11:00 AM -12:30 PM)
  • Faculty-Student Communication: Building Relationships Using Moodle Communication Tools (1:00-2:30 PM)


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ATTN: Students--Never Reported (NR) Deadline 1/31/18
by Neaves, Amy - Thursday, January 25, 2018, 2:14 PM
 

Next Wednesday, January 31, 2018 is the Never Reported (NR) deadline. Students who have:

  • Never Reported/attended class
  • Never completed an assignment for an online class by Wednesday, January 31

will be considered NR’d.  

How does this impact you?

  • Students who have been noted as having Never Reported (...
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Where are my fall 2017 courses in Moodle?
by Neaves, Amy - Monday, January 22, 2018, 2:36 PM
 

Fall 2017 (2017-01) courses have not been archived and are still available under Dashboard --> Courses --> Past 

When the past courses appear, click on any course title (in ShawU garnet.) 

Dashboard past course access screenshot

If you are attempting to complete work from a past semester, your instructor has to override the dates for you to access any exams/assignments. 

Please contact your past course instructor or the Division Head if access is required for past course completion.