How do I login to Moodle?
All users can authenticate with their 8-digit ID Number (i.e. with leading zeroes and without checksum) as username, and Kod Ishi (Personal Code, 4 or 5 digits) as password.
CSE users can authenticate also with their CSE username and either their UNIX password or an OTP (One-Time Password). These are considered to be higher levels of authentication.
Most CSE courses (mainly hugim 521 and 532) require a higher level of authentication. (This is configurable for CSE courses.)
Submission of grades to the GR grading system (currently available only to CSE courses) requires OTP.
When one's current level of authentication is too low for the required action, the user is redirected to the login page where the level of authentication required is clearly indicated.
Note: A few courses are open to guests i.e. do not require authentication. (Guests can view but not participate in such courses.) For CSE courses that are open to guests, if the user is authenticated with ID and Kod Ishi, he is required to reauthenticate at a higher level. This is somewhat inconsistent but avoids him believing that his is a participant when, in effect, he is a guest.