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The Basics on How to Use Moodle Mobile

Moodle Mobile App is a mobile learning platform that enables students to access online courses, trainings online and offline from any devices.

To get started using Moodle Mobile App.

  1. First in Google Play/Apple Store search the word Moodle mobile.

2. Clicking the result will redirect to the Moodle download page in Google Play/Apple Store.

3. Download the Moodle Mobile App and install in your mobile phone.

4. After a successful installation of the Moodle Mobile App.

 5. Clicking the app will show the page Connect to Moodle you may enter the URL i.e and press the CONNECT! to proceed in the Login page.

6. In the page Login you need to provide your user credentials you used to access the system in our example the UVLe. You may use your UP google account or DilNet account.

Please note: You have to sync first your account to enable the access using your UP google account.

7. After a successful Login it will automatically redirect to the Site home page from there you can view the Site news and your Dashboard.

8. Clicking the courses it will redirect to the course page.

9. At the bottom of the Moodle Mobile App you can see also the Calendar, Messages and the latest Notifications.

ILC Diliman Holds Training on Basics of Teaching with UVLe 3 for UP School of Statistics

Interactive Learning Center(ILC), Diliman – conducted a Training/Workshop on Basics of Teaching with UVLe 3 last March  09, 2020 held at UP School of Statistics.

The Training on Basics of Teaching with UVLe 3 was lead by Asst. Prof. Michael Van Supranes and with ICT Associate Mr. Tristan Jake Alcantara, ICT Associate Mrs. Jennifer Padil and ICT Assistant Mr. Jan Paul Carag as their training assistant and videographer. It was the Statistics Faculty who attended the Training on Basics of Teaching with UVLe 3 this March 09, 2020.

Before the training started, each participant had their training course page created for them in UVLe 3. The course pages were used as their training page for the editing and setup of the activity resources and the training course page.

OIC Director Asst. Prof. Michael Van Supranes from the School of Statistics explains how to start using UVLe.

Prof. Supranes and Mr. Alcantara discussed the features of UVLe under the basic teacher role and demonstrated its uses with the help of the training assistants. Some of the features discussed are: Course Page Editing, Basic Resources; Uploading Files, Uploading Images, Embedding Youtube Videos and Sharing a webpage, Basic Activities; Assignments, Forum and Choice

Senior ICT Associate Tristan Jake Alcantara from ILC Diliman demonstrates features under the basic teacher role.

They also discussed some features under Advance Topic such as: Groups and Groupings, Access Restriction and Online Quizzes.

After the discussion and demonstration of UVLe 3 and its features, the participants showed interest in using the system for their future classes. 

ICT Associate Jennifer Padil (leftmost), OIC Director Asst. Prof. Michael Van Supranes (center-left front row), ICT Associate Tristan Jake Alcantara (center front row), UP School of Statistics Dean Joseph Ryan Lansangan (rightmost).

UP Mail Account Authentication

In compliance with the UP Memo No. TJH 2019-07A Section 2 and 5, use of UP mail and Two-Factor Authentication(2FA) feature will be available for UVLe users. Users must link their account to their UP Mail before they can use this feature. Once linked, UVLe users may login via UP Mail to access their UVLe account. 

To link UP Mail account to your UVLe account, do the following:

1. Go to Preferences


2. Expand Other Preferences


3. Under User account (others), click Linked logins

4. Click Link a new account (UP Mail Login)


5. Sign in your UP Mail account. The feature will only allow login via UP Mail (, and it will not accept logins using other @gmail accounts.