Teaching Commons > Teaching Guides > Technology > Desire2Learn
Desire2Learn (D2L) is DePaul's learning management system. It allows faculty to share resources, collect
assignments, and provide feedback to the students in their courses.
D2L has many features that can help you better engage with your students, and we've created guides that outline how to use them.
Looking for D2L guides for students? The materials listed on the Teaching Commons provide information for faculty. You can access the student guides using the link below:
See the Instructional Technology services page for information on the Course Assistance and Development form.
Use the button below to access the Request Forms for copying a previous course, combining two courses, and more in D2L.
View the guidelines concerning administrative access to DePaul's learning management system (LMS).
Available to DePaul faculty, this course site shares updates to D2L workflows.
Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) is your main source of contact for help with using D2L. We provide training and help troubleshoot issues in course sites.
We also assist faculty who want to integrate technology into their courses and partner with them to design fully online and hybrid online/face-to-face classes.
Meet with a member of our staff for training. We are available at both the Loop and Lincoln Park campuses, or you can meet with us virtually. Meetings can be requested through our online scheduling system.
Send us your D2L questions by email Our support team responds to emails sent to firstname.lastname@example.org (but if you need help designing a new course, contact your department's Instructional Designer).