Bruin Learn is the name of UCLA's new enterprise wide Learning Management System based upon Canvas by Instructure. The UCLA School of Law is migrating course pages from MyLaw over to Bruin Learn beginning with the 2022-2023 school year. Note that this change in where course pages are located will not affect your use of other MyLaw features (such as anonymous submissions and grade book) or Panopto features (such as how you share your course recordings).
Please be assured that while the course site will be moving to Bruin Learn your faculty assistants will still be able to help you:
To login to Bruin Learn use a browser to navigate to https://bruinlearn.ucla.edu and login with your UCLA Single Sign-in account sometimes referred to as your @ucla.edu account or your UCLA login. After you login you will be at your Dashboard which will show Cards for each of your Courses. Click on the card for the course you wish to work on. For more detailed information about using Bruin Learn for your UCLA Law courses please follow the link to this guide.
UCLA's agreement with Instructure (the makers of Canvas which Bruin Learn is based upon) includes 24/7 chat and phone support. To access the Canvas chat support at any time just click on the Help button at the bottom of the Canvas Global Navigation and then click on Chat with Canvas Support (faculty). You can also get help by emailing email@example.com if your issue is not about a Canvas feature or tool but about items such as student enrollment or access.
Campus also hosts daily office hours via Zoom for 1:1 consultations with a Bruin Learn expert
From your course menu you can use Announcements to send a message to all students in the course by clicking the +Announcement button on the right hand side. After you press the +Announcement button you will get a screen where you can input a Topic Title and an editor window to type in your message. After you type in your message, scroll to the bottom and click Save to send the Announcement.
The Announcement will be added to the Canvas Announcements page and students will also receive a copy of the announcement at their official UCLA email address.
Note, that because students can customize the manner and frequency with which they receive notifications from Canvas, it is a good idea to place a statement about your communication expectations in your syllabus. Instructions for verifying or changing where and how often you receive Canvas notifications can be found here.
In the People section of the course menu you will see a list of users associated with your course. The second column labelled Login ID will list the user's UCLA Login ID which has the same format as an email address but that is not necessarily the address where Canvas users' notifications will be sent.
To see the actual email addresses that were selected by each student, click the New Analytics link on the right side of the course Home page, and then the Students tab at the top of the resulting page.
In your Bruin Learn course it is possible to download a comma-delimited class roster report which includes student emails. You could use this to create a list for communicating with students outside of the Canvas platform. (Note that using Bruin Learn-Canvas for communication will dynamically update who is associated with your course so it will always be up to date).
To run a Class Roster report click on New Analytics on the right side of your course home page. Select the Reports tab, and click the Run Report button next to Class Roster. This will automatically download a CSV file to your computer that includes each member's name, Canvas ID, UCLA UID, Canvas default email and section.
In Bruin Learn it is possible for you to add an unofficial user to your course site without any assistance from system administrators using People from the course menu. Campus provides instructions for this process here. When assigning a role we recommend using the Participant role as it is closest to a that of a student.