Frequently Asked Questions

EDGE Learning is the University of Arizona’s new Enterprise Learning Management System for delivering and tracking training and professional development activity for all employees and students. It replaces UAccess Learning and several compliance systems so that all your training and professional development activities will be accessible and documented in one system.

Anyone with a UA NetID can access Edge Learning using UA WebAuth. Guest accounts will be set up for those individuals who are required to take training in some restricted instances. 

Click on the red 'Log into EDGE Learning' button on the top right-hand corner of this page OR go to You will then be prompted to log in with your UA Net ID.

No! D2L is not going anywhere and will continue to be the learning management system for all academic programs. EDGE Learning will instead replace UAccess Learning and will serve as the system of record for all job-specific training and professional development completed by employees and students.

The University of Arizona has outgrown our current learning management system. A few of the reasons for replacing UAccess Learning include: 

  • Having a system that improves ease of use and course registration, optimized accessibility to comply with IT accessibility requirements, and intuitive browsing. 
  • Ensuring compliance with regulatory requirements in tracking and reporting for all required trainings.
  • Ability to consolidate several training systems into one university-wide system. 

All current compliance related training records will be transferred to EDGE Learning and accessible on your dashboard.

EDGE Learning is designed to work seamlessly and intuitively on desktops, laptops, tablets, and phones.

Please see our Training & Resources page for recorded videos, user guides, and live training offerings. You can also request department level training by submitting a request via form on the 'Contact Us' page.

That’s great! EDGE Learning is a true enterprise system that will scale to meet the training and development needs of our entire community. We are eager to have you take full advantage of the system. Phase 1 of the project is to get the system live and running smoothly with the pilot partners. We aim to begin onboarding new offering departments starting in early 2021. If you would like to be directly notified when we have more information about how the onboarding process will work, please submit that request via our 'Contact Us' form.

Please see our Training & Resources page for a downloadable guide with screenshots.

Quick instructions are:

  1. Go to:
  2. Login with your UArizona NetID and password
  3. Select your name on the upper right corner of the screen
  4. Select Account Preferences
  5. In the Accessibility Mode section, select the drop down to Yes
  6. Select save