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Drexel Learn

Overview of Service

Drexel Learn is the University's fully-supported, cloud-based course management system. Integration with Banner keeps enrollments up to date. All Drexel course sections are created in Drexel Learn each term and are freely available for faculty to activate and use.

Description & Features

  • Assessment tools for assignments and tests
  • Components such as Grade Center, Content Editor, Discussion Board, and Assignments
  • Integration with Collaborate, Turnitin, Respondus, and VoiceThread
  • Publish digital content and stream video
  • Both synchronous and asynchronous communication tools
  • Post grades for items collected both digitally and in the physical classroom
  • Analytics of course activity

Getting Started

To access the system, go to the Drexel Learn sign-in page and use the same credentials as you would for DrexelOne to sign in. You can also or click on a course from the "Academics" tab in DrexelOne.

Users can get started with information at: When clicking through choices, we are running Learn: Original Experience.

Training Sessions

The Instructional Technology Group offers multiple training sessions every month. You can view our Workshops and Presentations page to see all of the latest dates and times.

Requesting Help

Contact the Instructional Technology Group for assistance:

215.895.1224 or

Outside Business Hours

When calling, you will be automatically directed to speak with our off-hours support. When emailing, please include your Drexel userID, course, and hostname (found in the module that lists your Node Information under the "Tech Support" tab in Drexel Learn).

Additional Information

Due to the integration with the Banner system, student enrollments are automatically fed into Drexel Learn, making this a simple solution for faculty to choose in augmenting their face to face classes.

In order to fully utilize the system, users will need to be on a computer (desktop or laptop). Limited functionality can be accessed through mobile devices and apps.