MyLO - My Learning Online

Browser Information

Support for Windows 10 and Microsoft Edge are not necessarily supported for use with MyLO or its current integrations- such as Turnitin, Respondus and Blackboard Collaborate.

The University of Tasmania recommends using the latest version of any the following browsers for MyLO:

Windows
  • Chrome
  • Firefox
Mac OSX
  • Safari
  • Chrome
  • Firefox

Please note that MyLO may be used on other browsers but we cannot guarantee the functionality will perform as required.

Recommendations by Brightspace

D2L( Brightspace) is committed to performing key application testing when new browser versions are released. However, due to the frequency of some browser releases, D2L cannot guarantee that each browser version will perform as expected. If you encounter any issues with any of the browser versions listed in the tables below, contact the Service Desk.

Supported browsers are the latest or most recent browser versions that are tested against new versions of D2L products. For an optimal experience, D2L recommends using supported browsers with D2L products.

The following tables describe the supported browsers and devices recommended for your best Brightspace Community experience.

Desktop Support

PLATFORMSAPPLE SAFARI (LATEST VERSION)GOOGLE CHROME™ (LATEST VERSION)MOZILLA® FIREFOX® (LATEST VERSION)
Apple® Mac OS® Desktop
Microsoft® Windows® Desktop 

Mobile Devices

PLATFORMSAPPLE SAFARI (LATEST VERSION)GOOGLE CHROME™ (LATEST VERSION)MOZILLA® FIREFOX® (LATEST VERSION)
Android™ Phone and Tablet 
 
iOS Phone and Tablet
  

What kinds of files can I use for course content?

Extension

File Type

Notes

HTM, HTML, MHT, MHTML

Web document

Brightspace Learning Environment strips the <title> tag and text within the tag from user created web documents

RTF, PPT, PPS, PDF, DOC, DOCX, PPTX, XML, XLS, TXT, WPD

Text document

 

JPG, JPEG, PNG, GIF, BMP, TIF, TIFF

Image

 

SWF, MPG, MPEG, RM, MP3, MP4, M4V, M4A, AVI, WAV, RAM, ASF, MOV, RA

Media

The extensions MP4, M4V, and M4A allow users to drag entire albums, video podcasts, and movies from iTunes