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This hands-on workshop will cover the administrative tools available to instructors in D2L. Participants will learn how to copy course material across semesters, shift dates easily with the Manage Dates tool, take advantage of the Groups tool, and learn about advanced gradebook topics. Intelligent Agents will also be covered in this workshop. This workshop is designed for instructors interested in using D2L as an instructional tool. Participants should have a solid understanding of D2L functionality before enrolling in this workshop.
Respondus is third party software that allows instructors to upload tests into Desire2Learn courses form a text file, rich text file or Word document. Users can also print or save hard copy tests through Respondus.
This hands-on workshop covers specific techniques on how to add and manage content in your D2L courses. Included in this workshop are lessons on how to set up and organize your course Content area, how to upload various types of content, how to create and edit HTML content within D2L, and how to delete content modules and topics. This workshop is designed for instructors interested in using D2L as an instructional tool. Basic familiarity with D2L is suggested for participants interested in this workshop.
This hands-on workshop will cover the complete workflow of paperless assignment management using the D2L Dropbox. Participants will setup a dropbox used to collect electronic assignment submissions, download the submissions in bulk, grade the submissions, and then attach graded feedback all electronically – no paper! This workshop is designed for instructors interested in using D2L as an instructional tool. Basic familiarity with D2L is suggested for participants interested in this workshop.
This hands-on workshop will cover the basic functionality of the D2L discussion board. Participants will learn how to create and restrict discussion board forums and topic as well as how to grade student performance within the discussion board. The workshop will also cover how to create and grade group-based discussion board topics. This workshop is designed for instructors interested in using D2L as an instructional tool. Basic familiarity with D2L is suggested for participants interested in this workshop.
As an instructor, you have to work hard to make your course content relevant and engaging, but you also need to make sure that your course content is accessible to your students. This workshop proposes that you make it as easy as possible for your students to access your course content by using HTML. The advantage of HTML pages is that they can be accessed the same way that D2L itself is accessed—through a web browser—so any device that can open D2L can also open HTML content without any additional effort. No downloads. No installations. No hassle. After attending this workshop, instructors will have the information and resources necessary to begin building and formatting HTML content inside their D2L courses by using D2L’s built-in HTML editor and a handful of free D2L HTML templates. Note: This workshop is available for ETSU faculty and staff only. You do not have to have any prior knowledge of or experience with HTML in order to attend. Please contact our office with any questions.
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