Course Web Sites

This page has general information about course web sites as used in the Math Department here at Cornell. You will get details from your instructor which highlight which of these materials is relevant for your course.
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Course Management Software

...provides a dynamic web site for use in courses. Typical features which may be used include:
  • Assignments of book problems, additional problem statements.
  • Copies of various handouts
  • On-Line warm-up questions
  • Gradebook

Moodle

Access the Math Department Moodle at:
  1. http://moodle.math.cornell.edu
  2. log in with your Cornell NetID and Password

Once you have logged in, Moodle may or may not yet know what course you are in.

  1. If it does know, your course should appear on your home page once logged in to moodle.
  2. If it does not know, you will see the generic moodle home page with further instructions for enrolling.

Blackboard -- Course Management Software

Access Blackboard at:
  1. http://blackboard.cornell.edu
  2. log in with your Cornell NetID and Password

Once you have logged in, your home page within Blackboard will show courses in which you are enrolled and provide tools to find courses into which you may wish to enroll.

Other Web Sites

Are hosted in various places. A common pattern for a Math Department web site (using Math 1710 as an example) is:


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