Desire2Learn Tutorials and Resources from Other Universities and Colleges
Please note: Since these tutorials were created by other institutions, they may include several Desire2Learn tools and functions (and their corresponding tutorials) that are not available at Pima Community College. While the following institutions provide tutorials addressing nearly every D2L tool and function you would want to know about, each offers a different mix of tool tutorials and means of training.
University of Arizona
The Office of Instruction and Assessment at The University of Arizona (U of A) has created a D2L Help website with resources typically available in both PDF and Video formats.
The Office of Instruction and Assessment at U of A has graciously given us permission to provide these resources to you.
University of Colorado Boulder
UC Boulder offers a D2L resources area on their website which includes a series of tutorials for navigating in and using D2L.
University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee
The University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee Learning Technology Center offers a collection of D2L 10.0 resources.
The Learning Design and Technology (LDT) department of Maryville University has created a series of Desire2Learn (D2L) QuickGuides that correspond to the various D2L tools.
The Millersville IT Help Desk has created an interactive Desire2Learn Resources Space with tutorials on the various D2L version 10 tools.
University of Oklahoma College of Arts and Sciences
The Online Program of the University of Oklahoma College of Arts and Sciences has created a series of 10.1 Changes downloadable PDF files.
Arapahoe Community College
The Arapahoe Community College eLearning department offers a variety of PDF and video 10.1 D2L resources at their Faculty Resources website.
Portland Community College
The Portland Community College Instructional Support department has created a series of side-by-side video comparisons between D2L 9.4.1 and D2L 10.1.