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E-Dossiers via Desire2Learn (D2L)

All tenure-track faculty members and those seeking promotion must submit e-dossiers in Desire2Learn (D2L).

Scheduled D2L Maintenance

There are no scheduled maintenance dates scheduled at this time. 

Desire2Learn (D2L) 

To find your D2L username:

  1. Log into AP Onestop
  2. Click on the Web Self-Service tab
  3. Click Personal Information
  4. Click on View D2L Username

To find your e-Dossier:

  1. Log into D2L
  2. On the top header click on Select a course, type your name and select your e-dossier. Remember that you can pin your e-dossier for easy lookup.

 Notes and Recommendations

  • Start early, especially creating the PDFs required.  Maintaining materials for your e-dossier should be a year-round process.
  • Do not alter the layout, text, sequence - these are standardized per policy 5:060.
  • It is highly recommended that you export and back up your e-dossier every time you update it in D2L.  This back up can be used to restore your e-dossier.  Please see Exporting Your e-Dossier for additional information.
  • Ensure you can log into your current year e-dossier.
  • If needed, ask for help early and often.
  • Remember that evaluations at APSU are cumulative; sorting new and previous materials in the e-dossier per academic year will help create a continuing record of achievement for retention, tenure, and promotion actions.
  • Use the Last_Minute_Checklist.pdffor final guidance.
  • Calendar for Faculty Personnel Actions 2014-2015

Reviewing E-dossiers in Desire2Learn (D2L)

Reviewing Edossiers in D2L

Policies on Retention, Tenure and Promotion (RTP) 

Retention, Tenure and Promotion Criteria by Department

 Found at the bottom of


For interpretation of existing policy related to faculty evaluation(s)

(RTP for Professors Only):

For technical inquiries:

For discipline-specific questions:

  • Consult your chair or a senior colleague(s) in your department