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If you are enrolled in an e-Learning Day School course, you will:

  1. January 26, 2018 -First receive a Welcome email from  eLearning@tdsb.on.ca with important information such as key dates and your (future) enrollment in the "Introduction to the Online Classroom". This orientation module - this is not your actual course, it's just a handy introduction to the D2L learning environment.
  2. February 2, 2018 - A few days later, you will receive a Course Enrolment email from tdsb@elearningontario.ca, informing you that you have been successfully enrolled in the "Introduction to the Online Classroom", which will contain instructions on how to log into the e-learning environment (D2L) and how to access your “Introduction To The Online Classroom” module. We recommend you complete this BEFORE the start of your course.
  3. February 5, 2018 - On the first day of your course you will receive another Course Enrolment email from tdsb@elearningontario.ca, informing you that you have been enrolled in your chosen course, which will contain instructions on how to log into the e-learning environment (D2L) and how to access your course module.


You should also take a few minutes to review this Desire2Learn Quick Tour.

We recommend completing the Introduction to the Online Classroom module before you attend your Orientation. That way, you can ask your teacher any questions that came up while you were doing the intro module.

Password Reset

Can't login? Ask any teacher or administrator at your school to reset your TDSB computer network password.

e-Learning and Blended Learning students who are having difficulty logging into their online classroom (D2L) should have their TDSB network password reset at school ASAP. Any teacher can reset your password to your student shared secret password.



Once your password has been reset, login to a TDSB computer and you will be prompted to create a new password. Then you will be able to login to D2L again from anywhere, at anytime.So if you're having trouble logging in to D2L, don't panic. Just ask a teacher at your school to help you with creating a new TDSB network password. Oh, and ask nicely. It can't hurt.



Get Set...

Click on the Introduction to the Online Classroom link on your D2L My Home page and complete all of the activities.

This is not your actual course, it's just a handy introduction to the D2L Learning Environment. You'll learn how to drop of assignments, participate in discussions and much more.

You should also take a few minutes to review this Desire2Learn Quick Tour.

Go!

On your My Home page you'll see a link for your course, for example: EMS3OE-10 2013-14 Sem1 Media - Smith in the My Courses widget. Or you can access your course from the Select a course... drop down menu.

Either way, click on your course to get to class to see the information that your teacher has posted to get you started. Good luck!
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