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Learn@UCO (D2L) Version 10.3 Upgrade is Complete!
The UCO D2L Production System was updated to version 10.3 on December 18th, 2013.
In addition to assistance by appointment and instructor-led training, TRC will offer D2L Drop-in Support/Assistance in Lillard Admin 101A on the following days and times to help faculty with preparing to use the latest updates to D2L for Spring 2014 courses.
- January 6, 2014 - 2:00pm - 4:00pm
- January 9, 2014 - 10:00am - 12:00pm
Contact the Technology Resource Center to schedule additional assistance at email@example.com or (405) 974-5595.
D2L 10.3 Features Guides
Several enhancements to the Desire2Learn system are included as a part of the 10.3 update. Features include adding HTML templates when creating new content files, a new look/feel for the discussion board, adding video notes, quiz tool layout changes and being able to switch to the student role anywhere within the course. Check out these features and more in the full 10.3 Features Guide (PDF) or you can download each section individually with the links below.
For complete documentation on all of the features and updates to the Desire2Learn system go to http://documentation.desire2learn.com.
D2L Online Self-Paced Training and Quick Guides
Online help and Quick Guides are available through the Desire2Learn Faculty Community. Log in to Learn@UCO at http://learn.uco.edu and click on the D2L Faculty Community link on the right side of your My Home screen. Here you can access video tutorials, text based instructions, contact information for the TRC and more.
D2L Version 10.3 Instructor-Led Training
What's New in D2L 10.3! (Come and Go): This training session will be available to all faculty and staff who are interested in learning more about the latest features in the D2L version 10.3. This come and go session will give participants the time to see what's new, test out the latest features and ask questions about D2L. These sessions will be held in Lillard Admin. 101A on:
- January 6, 2014 from 2:00pm-4:00pm
- January 9, 2014 from 10:00am-12:00pm
D2L Foundations (2 hours): This course is the recommended initial training for faculty wanting to use D2L. This course prepares faculty to navigate the D2L system and provides a brief summary of the D2L content, communication, assessment, and course management tools.
D2L Course Management (2 hours): This course will prepare faculty to use D2L course management tools such as Manage Dates, Import/Export/Copy Components, and more. It is strongly recommended that faculty first complete the D2L - Foundations course.
D2L Town Hall (2 hours): This session is recommended for those already familiar with the Desire2Learn system. During this course, faculty and staff using D2L are encouraged to bring questions to the group over any of the Content, Communication, Assessment tools within the D2L. This session is designed to be geared towards the individual needs of those attending. Attendees are asked to bring any materials or content they wish to use within the D2L system with them to the training session.
D2L Quizzes (1 hour): This course will cover the D2L Quizzes tool in detail including add/edit questions, question library, submission views and automatic grading. It is recommended that participants have a working knowledge of the Desire2Learn system or have completed the D2L Foundations course prior to attending. *All attendees should bring a word document containing a short quiz or exam to put into the D2L Quiz tool.
D2L Gradebook (1 hour): This course will cover the D2L Gradebook tool in detail including creating new items, linking items to the gradebook, weighted system versus point system and exporting grades. It is recommended that participants have a working knowledge of the Desire2Learn system or have completed the D2L Foundations course prior to attending. *All attendees should bring an outline of their gradebook or their course syllabus to the session.