Academic Instructional Services
A variety of services, technologies or devices intended to support instruction
CCLE/Moodle Course Websites
CCLE is UCLA's Common Collaborative and Learning Environment and it is our customized installation of a product called Moodle. Similar to Blackboard, this system allows instructors to post their syllabus and a variety of other course related documents in a secure, private area accessible to enrolled students. Detailed information about how to access Course Websites is available on the Accessing Course Websites page.
Psychology Course Websites are maintained by the Information Technology group. If you have trouble accessing a Course Website and have already read the through the Accessing Course Websites page, then please log a helpdesk request
The UCLA Department of Psychology began providing Course Websites for all undergraduate students who were enrolled in Psych courses during the Fall 97 quarter. Our Course Websites use the CCLE/Moodle Course Management System (CMS). The Instructional Enhancement Initiative (IEI) which requires that these Course Websites be created also mandates that the course information be made available to the students during the "current" quarter. At the end of each quarter, course information is moved to the "previous quarter" area of the course website, but is still available for those students who were enrolled so that they can review final grades and other relevant information.
We provide the prior school year's course data on the CCLE/Moodle server. Listings of courses more than a year old are still viewable on the website, however the course material will not remain active. When the data is more than one year old the course files are archived and saved. We can restore older courses at the instructor's request, but for a limited time only; server space does not allow us to keep all the data up and active.
Sites related to course websites
my.ucla.edu is a campus portal service that provides student access to course websites, grades and more. This service includes MyGradebook.
Turnitin is a plagiarism prevention system.
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.