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UC Learning Center

Learn about the UC Learning Center, a service that enables UC San Diego faculty, staff and affiliates to enroll in departmental and Staff Education and Development courses online.

About UC Learning Center

The UC Learning Center is the web-based learning management system (LMS) used across the University of California, for training and development. With the UC Learning Center, UCSD users can register for in-person activities offered at UCSD, as well as access online activities and view their training transcripts.

Using UC Learning Center

Review the log in guide for UC Learning Center. If you know your credentials, log in to UC Learning Center directly.

There are three types of UC Learning Center users:

  • Learners are UC San Diego faculty, staff and affiliates using the system to enroll in and complete activities. Activities are classes that can be completed on-line or off-line.
  • Instructors teach and facilitate courses through the UC Learning Center.
  • Managers are responsible for supervising the training of learners who are entered in UC Learning as their direct reports. Since managers have classes to take themselves, they will also be learners.

Review the user guides above to become familiar with UC Learning Center. See the FAQ for additional information.

Updates

Compliance and Required Training 

There are a number of training requirements you may need to complete based on your role at UC San Diego – you can review information about some of the most common requirements on the Compliance and Required Training page.

Completions and Certificates

If you have questions about completions and obtaining certificates, contact us via BFSupport (login required).

UC Learning Center Support

UC Learning Center LMS Support is moving to BFSupport beginning June 26, 2017!  Learn more about the transition at the UC Learning Center Support page.

Notice: The information on this page summarizes provisions of university policies and/or collective bargaining agreements. Refer to the Personnel Policies for Staff Members (PPSM) and local implementing procedures or applicable collective bargaining agreement for full text of referenced information.