The D2L Groups Tool: Why Use It?
This workshop will cover the basics of groups in D2L and, more importantly, how groups can create a stronger community among your students. This tool can help you manage your large classes while promoting student learning and engagement. Join us to learn some tips and tricks to help you manage your time and student learning in large classes.
This is a Zoom workshop.
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