D2L: Helping to Improve Your "Teaching" Life

Fall 2019

Sep 04, 2019 [ADD TO YOUR CALENDAR]
11:30am-12:30pm
348, James E. Walker Library (LIB)
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D2L can be used to save time, communicate efficiently, and relieve the redundancy of many routine teaching and class management tasks. Stop by to learn ways that D2L can help ease some of the load in your teaching life. For instance, have you ever built a module to help students learn a...

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D2L can be used to save time, communicate efficiently, and relieve the redundancy of many routine teaching and class management tasks. Stop by to learn ways that D2L can help ease some of the load in your teaching life. For instance, have you ever built a module to help students learn and practice more with the critical topics of your course? Have you created a class-wide Q/A discussion area to house questions that students ask so you don’t have to repeat the answer multiple times? Have you started to house students’ grades online so they can access them anytime/anywhere? We’ll share tips and tricks that are easy to set up and pay off in time saved.

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