Are you ready to make life easier?
Join DLI in our summer workshop series and learn how to:
- Make your content survive the move from semester to semester
- Maintain accessibility
- Automate feedback so you have more time to do other things
- Flow between modalities like a boss
- Keep your content up-to-date using analytic strategies
Earn Digital Credentials
Attending the workshops and completing the milestones will earn you a digital ribbon. Attending all six of the workshops and completing all six of the milestones will earn you the Enhanced Face-to-Face Instruction Badge!
Sign-Up for Sessions Here
All sessions begin at 12 pm ET.
Session 1 - Wednesday, June 9th
Making the Most of Your Course in D2L: Reusing Your Content to Create an Accessible Flipped Experience - Documents
Recycle your content from previous semesters to save you time and effort while simultaneously increasing accessibility and self-efficacy in your students.
Session 2 - Friday, June 11th
Making the Most of Your Course in D2L: Reusing Your Content to Create an Accessible Flipped Experience - Video
Recycle your video content from previous semesters to save you time and effort while simultaneously increasing accessibility and self-efficacy in your students.
Session 3 - Tuesday, June 22nd
Keep Your Students Engaged (While You Do Other Things)
Utilize the Discussions tool to keep the conversation going while providing an outlet for reluctant students to participate. Set up and run an Intelligent Agent to automatically keep students on task.
Session 4 - Thursday, June 24th
Let D2L Do the Grading for You
Use the Quizzes tool to automatically grade quizzes, give students multiple attempts, or practice for exams. Automate data collection and keep student questions about their grades at a minimum using the grade book to keep grades current and visible.
Session 5 - Wednesday, July 7th
Create Your Emergency Preparedness Plan: Using D2L to Stay in Constant Contact and Keep Your Students on Track
Customizing your homepage allows you to keep your students informed of changes in your class. Utilize the Announcements tool to send out timely communications for emergency situations, canceled classes, assigned work changes, etc.
Session 6 - Friday, July 9th
Using Learning Analytics to Improve Course Content
Identify struggling students and fix issues with content before they become a problem. Create reusable rubrics for establishing consistent grading and clear student expectations. Analyze the content of the course progress sections to make decisions about whether course content is effective.Sign-Up for Sessions Here