A user's guide to the Common Collaboration Learning Environment
for UCLA Physics & Astronomy faculty, students, and staff

What is CCLE?

UCLA's learning management system, used for online course instruction, is called CCLE, an abbreviation of the Common Collaboration Learning Environment. It's based on Moodle, an open-source platform for maintaining course materials online. You'll have access to syllabi, assignments, quizzes, forums, and more. Choose your category below and find out how to navigate and maintain your course site.

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If you're the instructor of record or a TA, here's how to started in CCLE, customize your course website, add activities and resources, the gradebook, and other campus instructional resources. Read more.

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If you're a student, CCLE will be your start point for retrieving syllabi, assignments, course resources, forums, student chat...and you can check your grades through our online resource. Read more.

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If you're a staff assistant, these documents can guide you to access your course and collaboration sites, setting up groups and groupings, even submitting your own documentation. Read more.

Turnitin becomes Feedback Studio

As of June 27, 2017 the Turnitin classic version of grading interface is moving to a new format called Feedback Studio. Turnitin will no longer support classic view past August 2017. Read the updated documentation here. You can also review Quick Tips for Mastering Feedback Studio.

Introducing the new Identity and Accounts Manager (IAM)

In September 2017, UCLA's IT Services will be launching the Identity & Accounts Manager (IAM Accounts). This application will make it easier for you to create or look up a UCLA Logon ID, reset your password, manage your security and privacy settings, and review all University online services that grant you access.

The goal of any identity management system is to ensure that the right people access the right resources, and IAM Accounts is the next step in UCLA’s initiative to safeguard its community’s information. Watch the video and read up on IAM with the FAQ page for more details.