APSU uses D2L Brightspace, often referred to as simply D2L, as the Learning Management
System for our online classroom. D2L is designed to be clean, streamlined, and mobile-friendly
leading to an easy experience for faculty and students. Distance Education provides
and manages D2L for the APSU community. Resources below can help faculty and students navigate, use, and optimize D2L. If you need
assistance, please contact Distance Education Support at email@example.com, 931-221-6625, or visit us in McReynolds 216. We are available Monday-Friday, 8:00am-4:30pm.
NEW - D2L Task Guides
Distance Education created new D2L Task Guides which provide information about the
commonly used tasks in D2L and videos on how to perform each task.
All faculty and students will access D2L through AP OneStop by selecting the D2L icon, image below. You will be taken to the D2L home screen
without needing to log in directly. If AP OneStop is having unforeseen technical
difficulties you can log in to D2L directly using your AP OneStop credentials. This is often referred to as single sign-on and
these credentials are maintained by GOVSTECH. If you have difficulty logging into
D2L, please contact GOVSTECH at firstname.lastname@example.org or 931-221-4357.
D2L Resources for Faculty
In this short video, APSU faculty and staff can see a brief overview of D2L and briefly
how to use some of the tools.
Distance Education has curated a LinkedIn Learning “D2L Daylight Instructor Training”
collection. Log in to your APSU LinkedIn Learning account, click on your profile photo located in the top right corner of the page, and select
From Your Organization. You can view the “D2L Daylight Instructor Training” collection under Recommendations from Austin Peay State University. Complete the whole collection or just watch the videos you want as you need them.
If you do not see the “D2L Daylight Instructor Training” playlist, please contact
Distance Education at email@example.com or 931-221-6625.
If you haven’t activated your LinkedIn Learning account, guides for doing so are available
on our LinkedIn Learning Page.
Please note: you must be listed as an Instructor on both the course you want to copy to and from in order
to complete your own course copy. If you have permission from another instructor
to copy their course content, use this D2L Course Copy request form.
Log into D2L.
Access the course that you wish to copy the content into.
Select Edit Course in the upper right corner.
Select Import/Export/Copy Components. (You may need to scroll down to see this option.)
Copy Components from another Org Unit will be selected. Click onSearch for Offering. Be sure Include protected resourcesis checked.
Search for the course that includes the content you wish to copy.
Select the course that you wish to copy and then click Add Selected.
Click Copy All Components.
The copy process will start. When the copy process finishes, it will display Copy
Click View Content to review or modify the copied content.
Publisher integrations (MyLab & Mastering, McGraw-Hill Connect) are available in D2L
through the Content area as External Learning Tools. Please reference the guides
below. If you have any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
GOVSTECH manages the university's single sign-on credentials which are used by D2L.
If you are unable to log into D2L, please contact GOVSTECH. They are also your first
stop for help with AP Email, OneStop, Outlook, classroom media as well as networking,
hardware, and software issues for campus computers.