Online Student D2L Training Course
The student D2L training course, Students - Getting Started with D2L, contains video tutorials covering the most commonly used aspects of the D2L Learning Environment as well as success tips and practice activities to complete. Each module is broken into topics designed to help students become proficient with the basics of taking an online course in D2L. A certificate of completion is earned after meeting the minimum criteria. This free training is a valuable learning resource for students, as well as instructors and staff.
For convenience, you can now self-enroll or unenroll from the course by using the following link.
Instructor - D2L Self-directed Training Resources
The Instructor - D2L Self-directed Training course contains video tutorials covering the most commonly used aspects of the Learning Environment. Each module is broken into a series of short video tutorials and other helpful resources by topic.
You can now self-enroll or unenroll from the course by using the following link. Otherwise, follow the Self Registration instructions.
Other self-registration courses on D2L:
Self Registration Instructions
Click the Self Registration link in the navbar on the My Home page to self-register for other D2L open sites.
- Faculty, students, and staff log into D2L (some logins do not have access to self-registration)
- On the My Home page, click the Self Registration link
- Select the desired course under the Course Offering Name
- Click Register
- Verify your information and click Submit
- Click Finish to complete the process.
- Access the course from your list in My Courses, or from the Course Selector icon.
In-person training courses are available throughout each semester and taught by MSU training staff.
D2L for Instruction
Monday, January 27, 2020
1-5 pm, Red Cedar Room, MSU Library
This workshop provides hands-on training in how to use Michigan State University’s centrally supported learning management system, Desire2Learn (D2L). Guidance will be given in how to create a course, use the most popular tools, such as the gradebook and discussion boards, and upload content. This was designed for a wide audience, so not everything will apply to everyone, but there should be many things within the workshop that any instructor will find useful, regardless of how they plan to use the system. There will also be time set aside at the end of the workshop for individual consultations.
See the Library Events page to enroll, bookings.lib.msu.edu/event/6186558
D2L Brightspace Community
The D2L Brightspace Community is a free resource designed to promote collaboration among all D2L clients who wish to share online strategies, best practices, and showcase some of the best ways organizations are utilizing the Learning Environment. The site also provides just-in-time training tips, quick refreshers on how to effectively use tools, additional resources and learning aids.
Request an account with your msu.edu email by clicking on "Become a Member" or the "Login" link at the top of the Brightspace Community homepage.