Desire2Learn (D2L) is a user-friendly, online learning management system.
With D2L you can access online course materials and activities, and collaborate with your instructor and other students from your home, office or anywhere with an Internet connection.
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The Online Orientation is the online option to fulfill the New Student Orientation requirement. Whereas, the Introduction to Online Learning is required for students new to online classes. While different, both are required for students taking their first online class.
The Introduction to Online Learning explains how to use Desire2Learn (D2L), and provides other important information for succeeding in online courses. If you are registered for your first online class, you will need to complete the Introduction to Online Learning, prior to starting your online class.
Online classes require access to a computer and Desire2Learn (D2L). Run a system check to make sure your computer is properly configured to use D2L. Generally, online classes require more reading and writing than on campus classes, and require students to have strong time management skills and be self-disciplined. Online classes are not self-paced, and are normally driven by the deadlines during the semester for turning in papers, posting to discussion boards, taking quizzes, etc.
A wide spread myth among students who have yet to take their first online class is that online classes are easier than on campus classes.
Before beginning classes on D2L, you must complete Introduction to Online Learning. This course will prepare you for your first online classes.
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Students can take online courses through Front Range Community College (FRCC), or the Colorado Community College (CCC) system.
FRCC Online Courses
CCC Online Courses
If you are having trouble in your online class or with D2L, please contact the appropriate department below.
- All sections starting with C are taught through CCCOnline
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Tuition rates at FRCC are set by the Colorado State Board for Community Colleges. Many students find online classes to be more convenient, and therefore worth the additional cost. See current tuition rates.