Distance Education: Etudes BASICS
Access to Etudes
Access to classes is determined by semester start date and/or when the instructor initiates access. Student user IDs and initial passwords are automatically generated.
Your unique username is:
*First two letters of your first name, plus the
*First two letters of your last name, plus the
*Last five digits of your LACC student identification number.
You may also use your Student ID Number (your 88 number) as your Etudes username. Your initial password is: * The Month and Day of your birthday, as given in the school records, with the format MMDD.
This password information applies to students accessing Etudes for the first time. Changes you make to your account, including your password, will persist to new semesters.
On your first log in you will be required to create a new, secure password.
Contacting Your Instructor
If you need to contact your instructor prior to the start of class, use the LACC Employee Directory.
Note: It can take up to 24 hours after you add a class for your account to become active in Etudes.
If you are able to log on to the system but cannot access your course, verify that you are on your instructor's Etudes site info roster. There are occasional delays between updates on the official roster and the student accounts on the Etudes site. The instructor will be able to tell you if you appear on this roster and the official username you should be using to log in.
For difficulties that cannot be resolved by your instructor or using the system requirements information pages contact Etudes support
Additional Etudes Resources
- How to order or hide your course tabs!
- What is myWorkspace?
- How to set your email notification preferences to receive or stop email.
- How to update your profile
- Course Map User Guide - What Does it Show?
- Learn how to take tests in the system
- How to stop annoying certificate alerts
- Paste from Word or other word processors
- How to reply to someone's comments in discussions
- How to add attachments to posts and private messages
- How to print discussions & modules
For more details, please refer to the appropriate DE sections in the Schedule of Classes.