- Course Management
- Course Content
- Learner Management
New courses in D2L Brightspace are inactive by default. If a course is inactive, students are unable to access the course. Students will not see the course on their course list in the My Courses widget if the course is inactive. It is the instructor's responsibility to make the course active when ready for students to access the course. All semester courses are made inactive a few days after grades are due at the end of the semester, however instructors can choose to make their course inactive at any time.
Inactive courses are easily identified in the My Courses widget.
To make the course active from Course Administration:
To make a course active from the My Courses widget
A closed course is not the same as in inactive course. A course labeled Closed is still accessible to students. Closed indicates it is beyond the course end date but it does not prevent students from accessing the course. Only courses labeled Inactive are not accessible to students.
The written instructor guides and video simulations on the D2L Solutions site are developed and brought to you by the
Contact the FDIC for questions about the instructor guides, to suggest topics for new guides, or to schedule a consultation appointment. The FDIC staff can recommend integration solutions using D2L and other instructional technologies for your online, hybrid, and face-to-face courses.
Send your request for assistance to firstname.lastname@example.org and an FDIC staff member will assist you.