Student Resources


  • Moodle is the learning management system used at Southeast. If you need a refresher on such tasks as uploading an assignment, using forums, taking a quiz or checking your grades, please spend some time with the Moodle guides here: . In the case of a prolonged campus closure, your instructor may choose to use Moodle more intensely to keep your learning on track.


  • Moodle has an app. It is terrible. The best way to access Moodle using a phone is through a web browser.
  • You can access Moodle and other tools you may need to stay connected using most web-enabled devices, including desktops, laptops, tablets, and smartphones. Most of the tools are browser-based, so all you need is your device and an internet connection.
  • To set up Southeast email through a smartphone or tablet, click here for Android and here for Apple iOS .


  • Your instructor may hold “live” classes online or office hours using the Zoom web conferencing tool. This resource is often made available via a link within your Moodle course or via email.
  • In these situations, the Zoom meeting will require a camera and an internet connection. Meetings will only occur during regularly scheduled class times.

Office 365

  • There are many applications within your Office 365 account that may be used to substitute in-class activities. The basics such as Word, PowerPoint, and Excel are available and able to be shared with classmates and professors, as well as more advanced collaboration tools such as Teams and Stream. You can access these tools by going to Link HERE and logging in with your SEkey. IT provides guides for most of these tools here Link HERE.


  • If circumstances prevent you from meeting in person, consider using a Google communication app such as Google Hangouts for any group communication.
  • In addition to communication, the G Suite featuring Google Drive, Docs, Slides and Sheets can be used for collaborating on content, as well as producing your own work in response to an assignment prompt. Currently there is no integration between these Google apps and Moodle, so any content developed there would need to be exported and then uploaded to Moodle.

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