Access to email and high-speed Internet is required for all UD Online classes. A small number of courses require scheduled virtual class meetings using a microphone and headset, videoconferencing, or are completely self-directed. If you have questions regarding technical requirements for a specific course, please write to firstname.lastname@example.org.
You may need to download these software programs/tools used for UD Online distance learning. If you have questions regarding technical requirements for a specific course, please write to email@example.com.
Flash —Attempting to view a class without at least Flash 9 will cause an error resulting with a link to download Flash. To ensure Flash is working on your computer, click on this sample Flash document. If you can't view this document, download Flash here.
Java —Use Java 6 Update 12 only to ensure that you can view UD Online course lectures.
Additional software can be found at https://udeploy.udel.edu/.
Issues with RealPlayer SP—If you are experiencing problems with RealPlayer SP, the best course of action is to uninstall RealPlayer SP, then download and install RealPlayer 10.5 from the following link: http://www.udel.edu/UMS/itv/realplayer/
Student course demonstration in Sakai (not yet available for Canvas)
[The course demo should not be used by students to get accurate semester-specific information. The demonstration is used to troubleshoot accessibility issues.]
Get technical support
If you have difficulty viewing or accessing the demo materials for your course, it is possible you may be having technical problems. Contact UD Online by calling 302-831-1500 or 1-866-820-0238 (toll-free), or by writing to firstname.lastname@example.org. Most accessibility issues can be resolved over the phone or via email.
After troubleshooting, if you have determined that you cannot connect successfully, you may request instructional media (CD-ROMs or DVDs, if available). Click here for instructions on requesting instructional media.