Learn@Illinois Moodle - Requesting a Course Site

This page gives instructions on how to request a course site or check the status of a request.

For a permanent link to this information, please use: http://go.illinois.edu/MoodleCourseRequest

Requesting a Course Site

  1. Visit https://courserequest.learn.illinois.edu and log in with your NetID and Active Directory (AD) password.
  2. Click the Request a Course Site button.
    Note: You can also access this button from your Moodle dashboard.
    Request a Course Site button screenshot
  3. The system will guide you through the process of completing a course site request. Select the appropriate options and click Continue.
  4. During the process you may choose to save your request and come back to it later. Once you are finished, click Complete Request.
For a registrar-affiliated course site, you must have the following information:
  • Course term
  • Rubric
  • Course number
  • Section(s)
  • Listed instructor
If you don't know all of this information, we can create a course for you manually. Notify us via email at atlas-tlt@illinois.edu. If you want to copy a site from another instructor, ATLAS-TLT will need that instructor's permission. By requesting the course site, a request for permission will be automatically sent to that instructor.

Resuming a Saved Course Site Request or Checking the Status of a Course Site Request

  1. Visit https://courserequest.learn.illinois.edu and log in with your NetID and Active Directory (AD) password.
  2. You will have access to your Requests in Progress and the status of your Completed Requests.
  3. When resuming a Request in Progress, you can make changes by clicking on the following buttons: Edit Preload Source, Edit Role Assignments, and Edit Details.
    Course site request editing options screenshot

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Keywords:moodle, resume, status, new course, copy, blank, course request   Doc ID:71350
Owner:ATLAS-TLT .Group:University of Illinois Liberal Arts and Sciences
Created:2017-03-03 16:34 CDTUpdated:2018-08-13 15:58 CDT
Sites:University of Illinois Liberal Arts and Sciences
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