D2L Five for Fall: Updates and Tips 2022

Fall 2022


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The beginning of the semester wouldn’t be the same without a few updates to D2L.  Join MTSU Online and the LT&ITC for this overview of what’s changed and how you can make the most of these updates, as well as some helpful tips.

  1. Integrations (LinkedIn Learning, EBSCO Library, OneDrive, MS Teams)
  2. Preferred Name & Pronouns
  3. Discussion Word Counts and Grading Tips
  4. Adding a midterm calculation to your Grade Book
  5. Private Comments (Grade Items)

    Okay, maybe 7, the recent summer D2L update included a couple cool new tools!
  6. Edit Accommodations
  7. Insights Portal

This is a Zoom workshop.

Topic: D2L Five for Fall: Updates and Tips 2022
Time: Aug 16, 2022 01:30 PM Central Time (US and Canada)

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Meeting ID: 892 7269 2578

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