Students should be able to access LSE Moodle in most areas but access is dependent on the quality of the internet connection.
You may need to review the content of your Moodle courses as certain embedded sites may be blocked. Similarly, licencing restrictions may restrict student access to content from some publishers. For example, video content from Box of Broadcasts is only licenced for use within the UK.
In China, blocked websites include Google, YouTube and Vimeo. Online search engines are available to check if a website is blocked in China. An online search for phrases such as “China firewall test” will return a range of such search engines.
Turnitin (via Moodle) should be available in most areas but students may encounter difficulties if their internet connection is unstable.
Access to third party apps, such as Padlet, Slido, Mentimeter etc., cannot be guaranteed. Therefore, in addition to the considerations outlined in our guidance on using third part apps, it is worth checking their accessibility through an online search engine before designing activities using them.