eLearning Class Information for Face-to-Face courses


In the event that routine academic functions are disrupted due to prolonged campus or building closures, it may be necessary to attend classes online. We provide a variety of services to connect you with faculty and fellow students remotely so that learning can continue uninterrupted.

In preparation, we recommend you have the following equipment: 

  • Laptop or desktop computer. 
  • Headset with a microphone or built in speakers and microphone. 
  • Webcam – a camera may already be built into your laptop, but you can also use an external USB camera for video conferencing. If you’re looking to purchase a camera, Zoom has the following recommendations
  • Internet – either commercially provided (e.g., Comcast, CenturyLink, Charter), wireless hotspot or hotspot through your mobile phone.

Be prepared! It’s best to know these options will work for you before you actually need them. Test access to your equipment and resources at home before the need arises and contact the OIT Help Desk if you have any questions or issues. 

Contact Disability Resource Center to learn more about the services and support they provide to ensure that students are able to access and participate in the opportunities available at Delta College.  

Delta College has a link with updates about COVID-19 and how the College is working through the challenges and moving all Face-to-Face courses Online starting Wednesday, March 17, 2020. https://www.delta.edu/coronavirus/

First Time eLearning User

eLearning tutorials for students on how to use D2L

Tips for Students working online (PDF)

Download Office 365 FREE with your Delta College account (PDF)

Virtual Classroom

Join your class with Virtual Classroom (Video)

Watch Previously Recordings (Video)