General information during transition from WebCT to Desire2Learn
D2L level 1 workshop description:
This is a hands-on workshop where you will learn how to set up cell phone/email notifications in your profile (something students can do too), create news items (announcements), understand how to affect the Homepage, upload/organize your files/links in the Course Builder, learn about the Dropbox and grading (not the Gradebook) options for Dropbox-submitted assignments. Leaving the workshop, you'll have a better sense of D2L and have worked with the most often-used tools. You will need a D2L account if you want to work on your own class content (or can use a general account).
D2L level 2 workshop description:
This is a hands-on workshop where you will learn about the common assessment and selective release options in D2L for: Grades, User Progress (results), Dropbox, and News. Leaving the workshop, you'll have a better sense of these tools. You will need a D2L account, and have two options: a development course shell or a live course shell.
D2L level 3 workshop description:
This is a hands-on workshops where you will learn about the Quiz tool, its connection to the Grades tool, and how to import questions from a book publisher, and create randomized quizzes.
D2L account requests:
Accounts and classes are created automatically each semester and made available to instructors approximately 7 weeks before the start of the semester. Once an instructor is listed as the official instructor of record, the instructor will be associated with section, making it available within the D2L class list.
For practice, department, or any other sites not associated with a course that you would like created, please contact Neal Skapura (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Jeanette Peavler (email@example.com).
Monthly workshop schedule: February
D2L handouts for instructors
D2L handouts for administrators
Common issues (non-D2L)