UNIZULU Moodle is an online learning system adopted by University of Zululand that students can use to present course material for any units that their teachers are teaching. Students can also complete and submit coursework in Moodle portal and monitor their progress using online tests and quizzes.
Using the UNIZULU Moodle student site is simple. The Moodle administrator can decide how you can access the site. Some UNIZULU teachers do not allow guests and may decide to give each student a username and password before they can access the Moodle site.
UNIZULU Moodle Login – Learn.unizulu.ac.za
Students can access all of their courses online through UNIZULU virtual learning environment. The Moodle can be reached by logging in through UNIZULU official website:
1. Visit the Moodle Login page by going to UNIZULU website at www.learn.unizulu.ac.za.
2. Click ‘Agree and sign on to Moodle’.
3. Fill in your Student User ID and press ‘Next’
4. Enter your Password and click Sign in or Click Enter.
The Dashboard displays, containing a list of links to all your Moodle courses. Once your personal dashboard on UNIZULU opens it gives you access to the following links, skills, badges, calendar, and the others related to your learning.
Depending on the arrangement of your Moodle LMS, the site home presents a lot of learning data.
To Sign out of Moodle, click on your name at the top right of the page, and click Sign out.
UNIZULU Moodle App
You can also login to UNIZULU Moodle by using the Moodle app. The app allows students to access their courses and groups on smartphones. You can submit assignments, participate in discussions, and view grades and course materials by using your phones.
The Moodle Student app is available for both Android and iOS devices. If you are using an Android device on the Google Play Store and you are an iOS user download the Moodle app from App Store. Here is how to install the app and access UNIZULU Moodle Learn on phone:
1. On your device, open Google Play Store or App Store.
2. Search or browse for the Moodle app on the search bar.
4. Select “Moodle Student” when the result appears
5. Select Install and wait for a few minutes for it to finish downloading.
1. Open the Moodle app on your phone.
2. If you haven’t signed up you can register your site for free on the Moodle Apps portal.
3. Login with your UNIZULU username and password. These are typically the same credentials you use to access your Moodle courses on a computer.
You can also use the app to search for the full name of your school. If you’re unable to find your school, contact UNIZULU IT help desk.
UNIZULU Moodle Course
Once you’re logged in on the UNIZULU Moodle, the dashboard opens. You’ll see a list of Moodle courses is visible in the My courses block (top right) and in the Navigation tab. To open the Moodle course page, select a Moodle course from the list. here is how to view your courses
1. Sign in to Moodle.
2. Courses that you have access to will appear on your dashboard.
3. Tap on the name of the course. The course home page displays.
If you have a problem accessing your UNIZULU course, go to the Moodle dashboard to learn more about customizing your dashboard, or click on “Site Home” at the top of the navigation block to search for your course.
UNIZULU Exam PORTAL
UNIZULU publishes all assessment results electronically via the Exam result portal unless the school or department has advised of other arrangements. And as long as the exam results have been published, the school must respond to your request for your information to access your results online
If you would like to access your results, and you are a current student, you can do this via the UNIZULU results portal. Simply select the required academic year from the down menu below the box where you enter your Student ID number.
Note: If you fail UNIZULU exam and a repeat exam or fail to show up for a repeat exam, you will not be eligible to progress in your UNIZULU programme (or graduate if in the final year). You will need to take those incomplete module exams again in the following academic year.
So, if you have not progressed to the next year of study you will be required to re-take all courses in which you have obtained less than the pass mark.
If your Exam result has not been uploaded online, contact your school to confirm when your results will be available via the portal.
UNIZULU Faculty-by-Faculty Moodle Links
UniZulu Moodle Faculty of arts: https://learn.unizulu.ac.za/facultyOfArts/.
UniZulu Moodle Faculty of science and Agriculture: https://learn.unizulu.ac.za/facultyOfScience/.
Unizulu Moodle Faculty of Law: https://learn.unizulu.ac.za/facultyOfCommLaw/.
UNIZULU Moodle Faculty of Education: https://learn.unizulu.ac.za/facultyOfEducation/.
Unizulu Moodle Geography: https://learn.unizulu.ac.za/facultyOfScience/course/index.php?categoryid=20.
You can access your Moodle dashboard and get links to learning materials. Once you are logged in, you can communicate and collaborate with other students in the course forums tab. This is where all the UNIZULU students with active accounts discuss topics, share ideas and even feedback on each other’s work.
Once you login to your UNIZULU student account you will have access to Moodle to perform a wide range of tasks such as submitting assignments and collaborating with your teachers in the learning environments to enhance your learning experience.