Moodle is the central teaching platform of the University of Leipzig. Teachers can use Moodle to digitally supplement their teaching and set up digital cooperative teaching-learning scenarios with and for their students. In addition, the use of the virtual course rooms of the learning platform is possible for employees of the University as well as for cooperating institutions in order to make special areas of knowledge digitally available. Moodle can be used to organise materials and information clearly and to actively support students in their learning processes.

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The service offers users:

  • virtual course rooms to support and manage your courses, to store working materials and to document learning activities
  • arrangement of working materials and learning activities with different didactic scenarios
  • functionalities for cooperative and interactive teaching-learning methods, for collaborative work as well as for self-directed learning
  • Admission of participants via login or password
  • Access to the platform with the extended university login

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This service is free of charge.


The service can be used by:

  • Students, lecturers, staff with a currently valid personal university login.
  • Cooperation partners of the University of Leipzig who are part of the DFN- or eduGAIN-federation.
  • General internet connection
  • Web browser

The use of the service requires compliance with the following regulations:

  • For all services of the University Computer Centre, the IuK usage regulations of the University Computer Centre of the University of Leipzig apply in principle. Misuse of services of the University Computer Centre may lead to the termination of the usage permit and, if applicable, to criminal proceedings.

IuK user regulations of the URZ

  • Information Security Regulations and Data Protection Regulations of the Department for Data Protection and Information Security of the University of Leipzig

Information Security Regulations
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Principles of information security

Data protection regulations
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  • The Data Protection Officer of the University of Leipzig must be consulted when personal data is collected.
    If you have any questions about data protection, please contact the Data Protection Officer of the University of Leipzig.
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