The purpose of this publication is to describe the Marine Corps’ learning philosophy and explain why learning is critically important to the profession of arms. While many of the concepts in this publication have been passed on by Marine leaders throughout our history, this publication seeks to formalize them and provide aspirational goals. Learning is an institutional priority and a professional expectation for all Marines. This mentality is key to the Marine Corps becoming a more effective learning organization. The most important factor in this philosophy is the importance of continuous learning throughout our careers for warfighting.
To create an Administrator or Instructor account, please send an e-mail to email@example.com requesting either an Administrator or Instructor account. You will then receive the passcode and instructions on how to create and use these accounts. Administrator accounts will typically be given to command S-3 training representatives who can then manage their internal Instructor accounts.
To create a user account, go to https://mcdp7.usalearning.net/ and you will be directed to the login screen.
Click “Create an Account” at the bottom of the screen.
Enter your email address and click “Continue.”
You can type in the Search box to find your schoolhouse or unit, or you can scroll through the list.
Select your schoolhouse or unit, then click Continue.
Your schoolhouse or unit association is used for enhancing collaboration. You can type your unit in the Search box to find your schoolhouse or unit, or you can scroll through the list.
Select your schoolhouse or unit, then click “Continue.”
Select your class group then click “Continue.” Classes are used to allow units to create subgroups within a command. For example, 1st Bn 11th Marines may want to create sub groups at the Company level, or lower, to allow for collaborative discussions within these specific groups instead of at the battalion level.
Create and confirm a password according to the password requirements described on the page, click the checkmark next to I’m not a robot, then click “Set password.”
Your username is created, this is used to identify you in classroom discussions. Also you will be able to login using your username or email address and your password.
You will be automatically sent a verification code email, prompting you to verify your email address. If you have not received an email within 5 minutes click “Click here” to resend. If you do not receive a verification email, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org noting the e-mail address that you used to register.
You should have an email in your inbox, prompting you to verify your email address.
Click link in email to verify.
Upon “clicking the link in the email sent to your inbox” the above webpage will build. Then, click “Click here to proceed.”
Now you will be able to log in to the Bookshelf using the account you created. This bookshelf currently only hosts the MCDP-7 Interactive E-Book, but as other books are developed in the future, they would appear here.