Many faculty make course material available online through NC State’s Learning Management System (LMS) Wolfware.
To find online material for your courses, go to http://go.ncsu.edu/wolfware, log in with your Unity ID and password, and you will be taken to a page that displays your schedule with a link to the course website if the instructor has created one. On the right hand side of the page there will be links to tools in the LMS that your instructor might be using as well as links for training, support, and help.
Student Orientation Video: http://go.ncsu.edu/moodle-video
Accessing Your Courses
You will automatically be enrolled in any course you have signed up for through Registration and Records (R&R). Once R&R approves you for the class, you will be given access to its Moodle section within 24-48 hours.
Courses in Moodle are organized in a series of blocks and may have up to three columns of blocks. Your main course content will always be in the largest set of these blocks.
All of the main content blocks in a course can be either shown or hidden, depending on your preference for viewing the content.
The “breadcrumb trail” is located at the top of your screen (just below the URL or browser address). You can see where you are located in the course and use the trail to move around within the course.
Quizzes can include different types of questions and can be administered in several ways. Some quizzes can only be taken once, while some will allow multiple attempts.
Some assignments require you to upload files, while some just ask you to type responses in a box.
You can view your grades and any feedback from your instructor by clicking on “Grades” from the “Administration” block on your main course page.