Online Education Support can answer your questions about Desire2Learn (D2L), Respondus/StudyMate/Respondus LockDown Browser, and MyWashburn Course Tools. Desire2Learn (D2L) reference materials are available online and can be accessed from your D2L Homepage after logging in.
Online courses offer you enhanced flexibility with regard to fulfillment of educational requirements when compared to most traditional, on-campus courses. While online classes can provide you with greater convenience, student performance is held to the same academic standards and requirements as traditional courses and may, in some cases, require more time or effort than face-to-face classes. Before enrolling in an online course, take a moment to consider the following:
If you answered 'yes' to all of these questions, then you have the potential to succeed in online education.
To view the list of available online courses, go to the Course Schedule and Registration Information Guide and click the Course Schedule link for the appropriate term. Enrolling in an online course is done in the same manner as other Washburn courses. Please refer to the registration section of the class schedule for specific enrollment information or contact the University Registrar for more information.
Some instructors supplement their on-campus courses by making course information and materials available online using MyWashburn Course Tools or the Desire2Learn learning management system. For these courses, you may be required to access materials via the Internet or by using one of the computer labs on campus.
Desire2Learn's regularly scheduled maintenance window is the 2nd Sunday of each month, between 12:00(midnight)and 6:00am CST. At any point during this time, Washburn University's Desire2Learn site may be unavailable.
All online courses will be using Desire2Learn by fall 2013. Visit the Desire2Learn blog for more information on the transition.Washburn Desire2Learn Blog & Information