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Moodle

Users who register with the RCVS Knowledge Learn site can access all the courses offered on the platform, track their progress through courses, save information that they choose to share in their account profile, and will be able to receive certificates or badges on the completion of courses in the future. This functionality is made possible by cookies provided by Moodle, the learning technology that the RCVS Knowledge Learn platform is based on. The cookies also enable RCVS Knowledge to track individual users through courses, which helps to inform the development of courses.

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The information on this page was last updated on Sunday, 10 January 2021.