Welcome to Moodle
Ramapo College's - Online Learning Management System

If you are having trouble logging into Moodle, please first verify your enrollment
by contacting the Registrar (ext 7695). Thank you.

New to Moodle or password problem? Click here for instructions.

For information about workshops for Moodle and other technologies, contact:
Instructional Design Center
ASB 020 (Base level of ASB)
Office Phone: 201.684.7103
Dr. Michael Bitz, Director (mbitz@ramapo.edu)
Ray Fallon, Learning Management System Administrator (rfallon@ramapo.edu)
John Bragg III, Assistant L.M.S. Administrator (jbragg@ramapo.edu)

Quick Links
Moodle Training Videos

Workshop Schedule

    Skip site news

    Site news

    (No news has been posted yet)

    Skip available courses

    Available courses

    CoursHi Class,

    My Name Is Dr.Boseman

    Welcome to Summer 2016- INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY - 30362 - SOCI 101 – 50

    Please note - Ramapo College of New Jersey LMS (Moodle) require the Use Mozilla Firefox, or internet explorer when submitting your assignments so please use one of these browsers to prevent any problems .

    Course materials,
    Book: Kendall, Diana. Sociology in Our Times: The Essentials, 10th Edition. Wadsworth: Belmont, CA. ISBN # 9781305094154.

    Homework assignments, discussion forums, articles and testing will be posted to Moodle with due dates and times .

    I will actively participate and guide the class toward in-depth comprehension of the course objectives and content areas by communicating with students, using Moodle and via email. Students should be familiar with Moodle and be willing to spend a minimum of eight hours a week completing the assigned work. It is important for you to log on to the class site several times a week as this is a summer course that will progress pretty quickly. It is your responsibility to keep up with all posted due dates. Online learning is a wonderful way to learn as it allows for the greatest amount of flexibility to work anywhere and anytime as long as you have access to a computer and Internet access. Classroom management policies and college rules apply and students are cautioned to be aware of social courtesy when communicating by email.

    This course will require students to complete weekly textbook chapter reading,in-text questions assignment, articles, discussion forums and exams. I am very pleased to have all of you as Students looking forward to a great and successful Summer class.

    Course Summary
    This summer course, Public health in West Africa will run from May 15 to May 31. Students are expected to complete a pre departure assignment and on return to complete a course summary. All guidelines are posted in MOODLE. Dr Patterson