The learning platform has been designed to run on the lowest possible spec of machine possible, so that as many people can access content as possible.
This does mean that there is a minimum specification however.
We have introduced these as statements below:
|Users can access learning If||Users may not be able to access if|
|They are on a Windows, Chromebook, Mac or IOS|
They view the learning in Google Chrome, Firefox, Safari or Edge.
Internet Explorer 11 is no longer supported by Moodle.
Safari 7 and below has known compatibility issues with Moodle 3.10.
IT ensure a connection through their proxy or firewall to:
Your IT does not cache our sites
Your device can run video and sound over HTML5 (H.264)
|Your IT Department heavily cache our addresses|
Your IT department block our addresses
Your IT department do not whitelist our addresses
They view the learning on Windows XP running Internet Explorer
They may not have access to some materials without a soundcard/speakers/headphones
They have an unreliable internet connection
Their internet connection is less than 512kb a second
They view the learning in Internet Explorer 6,7,8, 9, 10