The all new 2016 summer guide to teaching online

For more information, please view the Summer Guide to Teaching Online.

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The Office of Distance Education

Most online courses at KU use D2L, the university's learning management system. To access your online course, navigate to D2L and login using your full Kutztown University email address (@live.kutztown.edu) and password. If you don't know your password, contact the IT Help Center at 610-683-1511 to reset it. If your course does not appear in D2L, please contact your instructor.

Online Courses and Programs

We encourage you to communicate directly with the director of the program or programs you are interested in for more information. Programs require formal admission and enrollment and all applicants must meet general admission criteria as well as program-specific requirements.

D2L

D2L, Kutztown University's learning management system, is used to deliver the university's online courses, as well as to support the face-to-face classes.

D2L Faculty Support - Visit the faculty resource page for course building information and up-to-date documents and short videos for the most common tasks in D2L. 

D2L Student Support - Visit the D2L Solutions Center for a student orientation and instant support. 

Online Course Management and Support

D2L Course Merge Request - Combine multiple course sections into one course shell.

Fall 2016

D2L Organization and Bulk Enrollment Request - Request an organization course shell and/or bulk enrollment in D2L.

Online Course Accessibility

D2L is a Section 508 compliant learning management system. Learn More...

ReadSpeaker is a text-to-speech application that is integrated in every D2L course. The ReadSpeaker application makes content, including course pages and documents, accessible to all leaners in support of Section 508 compliance. For more information, or to see a demonstration of ReadSpeaker, check out the ReadSpeaker video.

Contact the Disability Services Office if you require accommodations and services, including Accessible Classroom Materials.