CCLE (Moodle) Course Websites
CCLE is the Common Collaborative and Learning Environment and is UCLA's customized installation of a Learning Management System (LMS) called Moodle. CCLE allows instructors to post their syllabus and a variety of other course-related documents in a secure, private area accessible to enrolled students.
Psychology course websites hosted on CCLE are accessed using your UCLA Logon ID. Extension students qualify for a temporary UCLA Logon ID during the quarter they are enrolled. Refer to the Bruin Online eligibility page for more information.
All students, TAs, and instructors who are officially associated with a particular course are automatically enrolled in that CCLE course. All other non-enrolled accounts need instructor approval; please submit a helpdesk request and request access. Be sure they include your first and last name, email address, and the COURSE NUMBER in the e-mail.
Student enrollments can take up to 24 hours to be reflected in CCLE once a student is registered in a course.
If you have trouble accessing a course website, please submit a helpdesk request.
Psychology Course Index
For a list of the current Psychology CCLE courses, please visit our course Index webpage.
Getting help with CCLE
MyUCLA is a campus portal that provides student access to course websites, grades, and more. This service includes MyGradeBook.
The California Digital Library provides a suite of open access, scholarly publishing services called eScholarship. It provides research tools that enable users to access documents written by members of the University of California.