Moodle is the central Learning Management System for supporting teaching and learning.  It integrates with the Student Information System (SIS) and Moodle courses are automatically created for all academic courses defined under SIS.  Moodle is a rich e-learning platform supporting the functions of Forum, Assignments, Choice for Tutorial Selection, etc. and is integrated with Turnitin plugin for plagiarism checking. 


Allows you to create powerful, flexible, and engaging online learning content for supporting your teaching.

Can access via

  • Go to HKU Portal > “My eLearning” tab to access the Moodle courses

You can

  • Upload course materials, create assignments and change course layout
  • Create Turnitin assignment
  • Manage grades under gradebook page in a Moodle course 

You may enjoy the interactive Moodle online learning experience that the central Moodle system brings you.

Can access via

  • Go to HKU Portal > “My eLearning” tab to access the Moodle courses

You can

  • Click the file name in the course content page to download the file on your PC.
  • Click the activity name (e.g. assignment)in the course content page to enter the activity’s page (e.g. to submit your paper). 

Getting Help

If you have any enquiries while using Moodle, there are several approaches for you to get a solution.

  1. Get help from Moodle document.

    You can find the Moodle official support document in the following

  2. Submit your enquiry to Self-Service Report.

  3. Send your enquiry to the email Or helpdesk hotline: 3917 0123

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Phishing emails are on the rise, and it’s crucial to stay alert to protect our sensitive information. These fraudulent emails are designed to trick you into revealing confidential data. Follow these guidelines to prevent falling victim:

  1. Be cautious with email attachments and links from unknown sources.
  2. Double-check the sender’s email address for any misspellings or suspicious variations.
  3. Verify urgent requests through alternative means of communication.
  4. Watch for spelling and grammatical errors in emails.
  5. Verify the legitimacy of websites before sharing personal information.
  6. Check ITS web about the latest reported spam or phishing emails :
  7. Report any suspicious emails to or designated security team.

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