In order for this site to work properly, like many others, we sometimes install small data files, known as cookies, on users' devices.
What are 'cookies'?
A cookie is a small text file that websites install on the computer or mobile device of the users who visit them. Cookies make it possible for the website to remember the user's actions and preferences (login identifier, language, font size and other display preferences) so that they do not have to reconfigure them when they return to the site or browse through its pages.
This is a site based entirely on the Moodle online teaching platform, which uses 2 cookies:
The main one is a session cookie, usually called MoodleSessionThis cookie must be allowed in the browser to provide continuity and maintain user access between the pages. When the site is abandoned or the browser is closed, this cookie is deleted (in your browser and on the server).
The other cookie is conveniently used in the browser to register the user, who is reminded to be auto-refilled their field the next time they want to enter. For security you can reject this cookie in the browser itself. Normally his name is MOODLEID.
How to control cookies
You can control or erase Cookies whenever you want: for more information, see .
In addition to being able to delete all the cookies that are already on your computer, you can also configure most browsers to stop accepting them.
But keep in mind that, if you reject cookies, you may have to manually reconfigure your preferences every time you visit a site and that certain services and features stop working.