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The Vassar Moodle

The Vassar College LLI Moodle is a website where presenters can share resources such as a PDF file, a photo, a short film, a piece of music, or a link to something elsewhere on the web with the members of their class. You can access the page to see if your presenter has placed material for your course, read the material, or download it. If you are a presenter, please access the LLI Moodle page and look at the way some presenters are using it. You will note that every class has a space assigned to it. If you wish to place some material on your space, you can send it to us at lli@vassar.edu att: Moodle site, and we will upload it for you. If you wish to learn to work the Moodle yourself, let us know and we will help you with it.


Instructions for members (non-presenters) to get into the VCLLI Moodle page in order to download material that the presenter placed there.

  1. Go to https://moodle.vassar.edu/login/index.php?normal 
  2. On the bottom right side, click on "Log in as Guest."
  3. At the bottom where it says Search Course type “LLI”
  4. Click on “Lifelong Learning Institute (Fall 2018).” You will see the title of all our courses. Select the one you are enrolled in and click on it. If your presenter has any material for you, you can just click and open it or click and download it.




Lifelong Learning courses encompass a wide range of subjects in social sciences, physical sciences, the arts, life and leisure activities, that are taught by volunteers, including retired and active faculty, outside experts and members.  Most classes will be conducted in small groups ranging in size from 10 to 45 held in classrooms in Kenyon Hall and Blodgett Hall; although, classes may be held in other locations including some held off campus.

Application for Presenters

Applications for presenters for Fall 2018 are now closed.  Application for presenters for Spring 2019 is available below. 


If you wish to offer a single event during our regular semester, please complete this application.

Orientation for Presenters

An orientation for presenters will be held at the beginning of each semester.

AV Availability and Support

The AV Committee will attempt to have a person trained in the Vassar AV systems present in each class.  Please list any AV needs on the Application for Presenters.

Here is a Cheat Sheet for the AV in all the rooms in Kenyon Hall. 

Presenter Privileges

On Campus has information about the Hospitality Room, campus maps, parking on campus, and library use.

Contacts for Presenters:

If you need assistance, call us at 845-437-7229 or email us at lli@vassar.edu

Contact information for the following committees will be provided when the Spring 2019 application window is open.

·      AV Committee

·      Curriculum Committee