Students should be able to access LSE Moodle in most locations but access is dependent on the quality of the internet connection and this varies from region to region.
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, blocked websites in China include Google, YouTube and Vimeo. Online search engines are available which allow you to check if a website is blocked in China.
Echo360 is working with Universities around the world to ensure that students domiciled in China can access their teaching recordings. No content is blocked by the state network, but there are latency issues (sometimes minimal and sometimes significant) because of the Chinese firewall. Echo360 have undertaken a considerable amount of optimisation to ensure that content is getting through as best as it can, and we are working to minimise the problems further.
Turnitin (via Moodle) is available in most regions but students may encounter difficulties if their internet connection is unstable.
Access to third party tools, such as Padlet, Slido, Mentimeter etc., cannot be guaranteed. Therefore, it is worth checking their accessibility through an online search engine before designing activities using them.