UniZulu Moodle is the University of Zululand (UniZulu) Learning Management System (LMS) for UniZulu students and lecturers. In this article, you will learn more about how to access the Moodle UniZulu login, the UniZulu Moodle Faculty of Education and how to reset password.
What is UniZulu Moodle?
UniZulu Moodle is the UniZulu (University of Zululand) online learning platform or Course Management System (CMS) to help lecturers create effective online courses for students. Students from the University of Zululand can access the platform from anywhere and whenever they want.
This Learning Management System (LMS) provides Faculties such as Faculty of Education, Science and Agriculture, Arts at the University of Zululand access to eLearning resources and activities.
How to Access UniZulu Moodle?
Here’s how to login to UniZulu Moodle. The process is easy and simple.
- STEP 1: To login to Moodle UniZulu, go to learn.unizulu.ac.za
- STEP 2: If you are studying Education, select ‘UniZul Moodle Faculty of Education’
- STEP 3: You will see the ‘UniZulu Moodle Education Login’ Page
- STEP 4: Enter your username and password and then click ‘Login’
How to Reset Your Moodle UniZulu Password
If you are unable to login to your My UniZulu Moodle LMS, you can request a new password reset by emailing University’s IT Infrastructure teams at [email protected] Alternatively, to reset the password for Faculty of Education Learning Management System, click on “Forgotten your username or password?
To reset your UniZulu password, enter your username or your email address on the Forgotten password page. If they can find you in the database, an email will be sent to your email address, with instructions how to get access again to your Moodle UniZulu.
The University of Zululand (UniZulu) is a comprehensive tertiary educational institution offering approximately 252 accredited degrees, diploma and certificate courses. The University aims to be a leading, comprehensive University providing quality education in South Africa.
UniZulu was first established in 1960 as the University College of Zululand with only 41 students, 75 percent male and 25 percent female.
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