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 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 Icon indicated a new window/tab will be opened by pressing link.

To gain initial access to the Microsoft E-Learning courses, please follow the steps below:

  1. Go to: Icon indicated a new window/tab will be opened by pressing link
  2. Click Sign In.
  3. If you already have a profile on, use that Microsoft account ID (this will be the username and password you will use to access the site each time you log in).
    1. If not, click Sign up now, and fill out the form creating a new email and password (this cannot be your campus email address).
  4. Input the campus multi-use access code: IWO6EE649C (The code is case sensitive), and your campus email address.
  5. Click Submit.
  6. On the resulting screen, read the terms, indicate acceptance by clicking I Accept.
  7. Click Continue.
  8. Fill out the registration form.
  9. Click Save.
  10. Click the Catalog link to see list of available courses.
  11. 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:

  1. Go to: Icon indicated a new window/tab will be opened by pressing link.
  2. 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 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.