Other University of Guelph Accounts
D2L is a tool that facilitates the creation of sophisticated World Wide Web based educational environments. It can be used to create entire online courses, or to simply publish materials that supplement existing courses. At the University of Guelph, D2L is most often used to provide students access to additional course materials, opportunities for online discussion forums, and online quizzes.
WebAdvisor is an online system where you can add and drop courses; view your class schedule, final exam schedule and grades; run your own academic evaluation; apply for graduation; and access your financial statements, which include a net tuition summary and a list of your U of G scholarships and bursaries for each semester. You can log in to WebAdvisor with your Central Login Account information.
Open Learnin (OpenEd) provides students with flexibility and choice by offering alternate options other than in class room learning such as: "short courses, night courses, workshops, seminars, conferences, certificate programs, customized training packages, and degree-credit and non-credit distance education courses".
Many departments and colleges across campus have other servers for specific tasks, file servers for storing, sharing and printing files, application servers which serve out programs, or departmental web servers. Access to these servers is typically limited to faculty, staff and/or grad students in these departments, but individual policies vary. For access to any of these servers its best to contact your departmental IT Admin or support staff in your area.