Learning Design for Deep Learning

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December 2012

D2L 10.1 – How to access your content tools

When I opened up the freshly upgraded D2L today, I was both excited and nervous. I knew there were some great improvements coming (outlined here by Arwen: https://wordpress.viu.ca/ciel/2012/11/14/d2lv101review/ ), but I also knew some of the changes would affect the… Continue Reading →

Why Open Educational Resources Matter

 Definition The concept of open education encapsulates a simple but powerful idea that the world’s knowledge is a public good and that the open web provides an extraordinary opportunity for everyone to share, use, and reuse knowledge.[1] Free Educational Resources… Continue Reading →

Images too large? Don’t have Photoshop? What can you do?

ADDING IMAGES TO D2L When helping faculty with their D2L courses I see a common problem almost daily:  uploading images to D2L that are full resolution and too large for the screen.  Sure, once uploaded to D2L they can be… Continue Reading →

Pushpins in D2L

I recently attended the D2L Regional Users Forum at the BCIT downtown campus in Vancouver and spent a couple of my sessions with a D2L trainer learning about some of the tips and tricks with D2L and came across a… Continue Reading →

Lecture Casting: Echo360 Presentation

On Thursday last week I attended a presentation from the folks at Echo360 about their range of lecture capture solutions.  The presentation was hosted down at Camosun College in Victoria.  We were delighted to be invited to attend by our… Continue Reading →

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