I just wanted to let you all know how helpful the school tabs have been! I didn’t even realize that they were something I needed, and now I’m so impressed with how they’ve simplified jumping back and forth between classes.
– Student, Minnesota State
My impression is that D2L put a top team on the job, and the results are impressive. Most importantly, the end users who have tested or seen the feature are thrilled.
– Charles Kroger, Brightspace System Administrator, Minnesota State
Use Brightspace Site Tabs to:
Connect your learners and instructors to multiple sites and allow them to switch between institutions with a single click.
Learners can earn credit toward their degree from more than one school, and instructors can teach at more than one school as part of the same employment relationship.
Leverage collaboration between two or more institutions.
Learners can take both college and university courses that contribute to the same degree.
Go from teaching a course to taking a course with one click.
Schools and businesses have a direct relationship so that employees can earn credits or degrees to upskill and grow.
Linked professional development sites.
Allow your staff and instructors to take voluntary or required courses by linking your main Brightspace site and a professional development site for employee training. The sites can be configured and branded separately.
Provide a great user experience by connecting different sites with Site Tabs for Brightspace.
Easy access to all your courses
Switch between courses at different sites easily without re-authenticating.
Stay connected and informed
View your notifications or alerts from all institutions and courses as soon as you log in to the Brightspace platform.
Save time and improve the user experience
Save time and switch between institutions with a single click.
Keep a unique look and feel between institutions
Keep your homepage appearance, site configuration, and user roles unique to your institution. Site Tabs allows you to align certain aspects of your site, but it’s a choice, not a requirement.