Microsoft E-Learning Library (MELL)
As part of a new offering from Microsoft, faculty and staff are eligible to access E-Learning courses online at Microsoft.com. These courses are meant to help you keep up-to-date with the latest major E-Learning Applications software releases.
Please note that some product and language versions may not be available at the time you activate your courses. For up-to-date information on the availability of E-Learning courses, please visit http://microsoft.com/licensing .
To gain initial access to the Microsoft E-Learning courses, please follow the steps below:
- Go to: https://onlinelearning.microsoft.com/
- Click Sign In.
- If you already have a profile on microsoft.com, use that Microsoft account ID (this will be the username and password you will use to access the site each time you log in).
- If not, click Sign up now, and fill out the form creating a new email and password (this cannot be your campus email address).
- Input the campus multi-use access code: IWO6EE649C (The code is case sensitive), and your campus email address.
- Click Submit.
- On the resulting screen, read the terms, indicate acceptance by clicking I Accept.
- Click Continue.
- Fill out the registration form.
- Click Save.
- Click the Catalog link to see list of available courses.
- Click on a course title to launch the offering. You will have 12 months from time of launch to finish that course.
To access your course at any time, please follow these steps:
- Go to: http://onlinelearning.microsoft.com/?whr=uri:MicrosoftAccount .
- Sign in using your Microsoft account ID and password.
Note: If you have problems logging in to the site, please contact the Microsoft E-Learning support center at 1-877-383-2829 (toll free US/CDN), 1-585-214-2329 (toll) or email email@example.com. We trust you will enjoy this benefit and look forward to your participation. Please note that the access code we have received from Microsoft can accommodate a limited number of users from our organization. Do not share the code with unauthorized users; this violates our license agreement with Microsoft.