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D2L Gradebook Setup Recommendations
The D2L Gradebook has multiple settings to help customize how to assess and provide student feedback. But, with great power comes great responsibility. In this live season, eLearning will cover some common D2L Gradebook pitfalls, review best practices for gradebook setup, and help you deliver the best learning experience for students.
Enhancing Course Content with Creator+
Have you heard?! Last summer, eLearning launched a new suite of tools in D2L called Creator+ to help instructors create interactive and engaging learning content. From flipcards to hotspots and even embedded practice options, there are more opportunities for innovative course design than ever. Join us for a brief overview of Creator+ and how you might use it in your course!
Creating Inclusive D2L Assessments
Universal Design for Learning (UDL) and Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging (DEIB) are essential components of robust learning environments. Did you know there are a variety of tools within D2L to help support designing your assessments with these concepts in mind? Join eLearning as we demonstrate how to integrate UDL and DEIB into your D2L courses using varied assessment types, revise your current assessments to be more UDL/DEIB friendly, and more!
Learning Outcomes in D2L Demo
Learning Outcomes are coming to D2L! Instructors can create outcomes, link them to D2L Assessments (assignments, discussions, quiz questions, and rubrics), and then measure student performance against those outcomes. Join eLearning for this live session on how to create and align outcomes, use the Mastery View, and share Learning Outcome feedback with students!