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Engineering Courses
in Moodle
(formerly eCOW2)

Moodle support for engineering courses is provided by Wendt Commons - Teaching and Learning Services, room 433 (4th floor). Drop in anytime Monday - Friday, 10am to 5pm or give us a call at (608) 265-1178 and we will come and see you. You can email us at your convenience at

My UW-Madison Moodle Courses/Login

Your "dashboard" page for providing a link to your courses and activities within them.

UW-Madison Moodle Courses

The new and improved Engineering Courses on the Web, eCOW2, is based on Moodle, an open source course management system, and integrated with UW-Madison roster information as well as enhanced to better support STEM education.

Courses @ Engineering

Engineering course descriptions for all courses offered in the college. These descriptions also provide links to eCOW2 courses pages.


eCOW2 moving to CAE-hosted campus Moodle service

Early Sunday morning, Aug 26, the eCOW2/Moodle service will be down for an upgrade to version 2.3 and for the move to the new CAE-hosted campus UW-Madison Moodle service. For those in the college of engineering there will be minimal changes. Courses will be back on-line no later than noon on Sunday.

During the downtime, all previous course materials will be transferred to the new service. Courses for fall semester will be unchanged other than a new web location,

Continue to create and make changes to your Fall courses on the current eCOW2 service. All changes this week will be moved to the new service. If you have any questions, feel free to contact me through the Wendt Commons, Teaching and Learning Services email or phone 608-265-1178.

Paul Oliphant
Wendt Commons - Teaching.Learning.Information.Media 


New Wendt Commons to offer myriad teaching and learning services

To expand their impact on College of Engineering teaching, learning and research, the Engineering Learning Center, Engineering Media Services and the current Kurt F. Wendt Library are consolidating under the new name "Wendt Commons".

This consolidation will provide college faculty and staff a "one-stop-shopping" approach to teaching and learning services that will ... Read full article