Logging Into D2L

In order to log into D2L, you will need a University provided email account set up with your password.

As a new instructor you will need to obtain a University ID and a library card. Your department will help you obtain your email account. Once your email account is established, you will need to make sure that your name is listed as the instructor in the courses you are teaching. The information transfer process may take between 24 to 48 hours and you will not have access to your D2L course(s) until your name is propagated through the University, Info.Ship, and D2L systems.

Established instructors do not have to go through this process, and you should automatically be able to access their new courses once they have been generated by the D2L System.

If you are having difficulty with your Shippensburg University email, you should contact Computer Services at x4357 or you can visit their help page at http://www.ship.edu/its/helpdesk/faculty/.

Accessing D2L

Location: http://d2l.ship.edu

Username: Full Ship Email Address
Password: Ship Email Password

D2L Login Home

Logging into D2L

Accessing D2L

Accessing D2L is a simple process. Type into the browser address bar: http://d2l.ship.edu.

Signing into D2L

Use your SU Email Username and Password to sign into D2L.  If you have not obtained this information, please see the instructions under the First Steps: SIS & Email link which is also located in the navigation bar to your left.

 

In the login box, enter your username (ab1234@ship.edu) and your password. 

D2L Login Screen
 

You have successfully logged into D2L when you see the My Home page with Shippensburg University logo in the right hand corner and the current semester located in the middle of the page.

My Courses Homepage 

Access your courses by clicking on your course link in the My Courses area (also known as a widget). 

 My Courses

Your Coure home page will appear with the Course Name listed beside the Shippensburg University logo.

 Course Home page

The Course Home page is the first page of every course. Here you'll find a a calendar (also known as the Schedule) which may display course events, News items, Updates an area that tells you what you need to do in the course such as read 10 unread discussions  and Bookmarks.