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In an effort to streamline our Teacher Support (TS) services, we have moved our TS offerings to a new Moodle Server! This server contains an updated copy of Moodle (v3.6) and will allow us to make your access to TS resources easier and faster.

Where do I access this server?

The new TS server (Moodle TS Server) can be accessed directly by going to However, for the time being, you will need to have a course created in our Student Information System (SIS) prior to accessing this server. You can log in with the same credentials you use to access ADLC SIS.

Why has ADLC established this service?

Moving to a new TS Moodle server will allow us to offer the following new features in a few weeks:

  • Read-only access to all ADLC TS courses without having to create sections in SIS
  • Bulk student enrollment (if hosting TS courses on ADLC Moodle) – via upload or through an enrollment code provided to you to give to students (no longer requiring TS student accounts in SIS – unless materials are needed)

Are there exceptions to the self-enrollment option?

  • If a school wishes to order materials for a student, they are required to register that student in ADLC SIS.
  • This option does not apply to Student Instruction (SI) students

Will students require multiple logins?

At this time, students will continue to use the same login for all ADLC servers.

When will this be available?

All registrations are currently flowing to the new TS server, however the self-enrollment and read-only options will be available in the coming weeks.

Do you have documentation on the new version of Moodle?

We are actively working on documentation for the new version and will share it out as it becomes available. In the meantime, if you have questions about any page in Moodle, scroll to the bottom of the page and select Moodle Docs for this page. The link will take you to the documentation on


If you have any questions, please contact Moodle Support at 1-866-774-5333, Ext. 5256.