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What is the Digital Learning Environment (DLE)?

The Digital Learning Environment (DLE) is an online learning space, designed to facilitate a collaborative teaching and learning experience for both students and staff using a variety of tools and features. These include:

  • Moodle: the University's central Virtual Learning Environment
  • Your ePortfolio (in PebblePad)
  • Lecture recordings and podcasts (in Panopto)
  • LinkedIn Learning: a high quality suite of online video-based training courses
  • Electronic reading lists in Leganto
  • Turnitin, an originality checking service for assignments

How do I access the DLE?

You can access the DLE via http://dle.plymouth.ac.uk. The DLE can also be accessed via the Portal or the University of Plymouth mobile app.

Help and support

  • Student support: A students guide to the DLE is available here (including how to submit assignments).  Alternatively, email: libraryanditenquiries@plymouth.ac.uk or phone 01752 588588.

  • Staff support:
For data queries e.g if you are not enrolled on a course you should be enrolled on or if you are not able to edit a module you are teaching on, contact your Faculty Office.
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