What is D2L?
Desire2Learn (D2L) is the Learning Management System (LMS) SCTCC uses. D2L allows for the creation and management of your online and/or hybrid courses.
Welcome to eTeaching at SCTCC
The following pages provide tutorials, resources, guides, and templates to help you design quality, engaging, and sound learning experiences for students in your hybrid or online courses.
SCTCC promotes learner engagement through quality online course development and instruction by providing faculty with resources and guidelines for use in the development and teaching of online courses.
SCTCC's Quality Assurances for Online Teaching & Learning (.pdf)
Online and hybrid courses can be hard initially to setup when you don’t know where to start. This page contains information and guides on how to get started using Desire2Learn (D2L), our online learning system.
To login to Desire2Learn (D2L) use your SCTCC email username and password.
Your username is: (First Initial)(Last Name)@sctcc.edu
Faculty/Staff Example: Bill Smith – firstname.lastname@example.org
If you don’t know or can't remember your password you can reset it at https://iforgot.sctcc.edu/.
Requesting a Demo Shell
You may want to request a D2L development (demo) shell to begin building your class.
This D2L shell can be continually fine-tuned because you are working in a course shell with no enrolled students.
Keep in mind that this shell can be imported into a regular, “live,” course shell with students when it is completed.
Uploading Your Syllabus to D2L
SCTCC requires that every D2L course shell has a Syllabus located in the Content area.
To upload your syllabus to your course, follow the instructions in the guide: Uploading Your Syllabus to D2L (.pdf)
Designing materials for online courses takes significant planning and time. Once materials are designed, however, they can easily be copied into future semesters and other sections of the course. When designing materials it will be to your advantage to make them easy to maintain and edit in future versions of the course.