Would you like to improve the sound and video quality of your Kaltura videos? Follow these quick tips to create a better recording and viewer experience. Tips for Sound Recording Make sure you are in a quiet location in order to get the best sound. Turn off cellphones and other devices prior to recording. While built-in microphones can […]Read More Recording Tips for Kaltura
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Come see us in the eLearning office, TLC 427, during the weeks of June 12th and June 19th, for assistance with: Uploading and Sharing Videos Using Kaltura Media Space in D2L Creating Custom Videos with Kaltura CaptureSpace Desktop Recorder Utilizing Kaltura Video in Your Lessons and Assessments Was this Helpful ? yes noRead More Come See Me | Would you like to use video to strengthen your presence and increase student engagement in your D2L courses?
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NOTE: If you hover the mouse over an individual tool within a tab, the tool’s name will be displayed. General tab Symbols tab Arrows tab Greek, letters, and numbers tab Matrices and elementary tab Scripts and layout tab Decorations tab Big operators tab Calculus tab Contextual tab Was this Helpful ? yes noRead More Equation Editor Toolbar
Navigate to an item containing the HTML Editor. Select the Graphical Equation icon on the toolbar. Use the Insert Equation options to enter the equation.NOTE: Replace the empty boxes in the textbox with the numbers and variables for your specific equation. Select Insert. Enter any additional information that should be included with the equation. Select Save or Update. Was […]Read More Creating an Equation
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From within a meeting room: Select the Upload Presentation icon from within the Presentation Pod. Select Select File. Browse your computer to select a file, select Open. Select Upload. This will load the presentation file into the Presentation Pod. Was this Helpful ? yes noRead More Uploading a Presentation
Once YouSeeU is enabled in your course, you may set up the Virtual Classroom Launch in the Content area of a D2L course. Enter a D2L Course. Select Content from the Course Navigation Bar. Create a new module by entering a name in the Add a Module field. Press Enter on your keyboard. Note: it is recommended […]Read More Installing in a Course
Beginning Summer 2017 Semester, Instructors who have students test at the Testing Center using D2L will need to require the use of the Respondus LockDown Browser for each exam, and will need to enable it through the LockDown Browser Console in their course(s). Watch the video below detailing the steps needed to prepare your exams for Summer Semester. You […]Read More Will your students test at the Testing Center using D2L this summer?
Google Hangouts As students and instructors become more and more familiar with Google Apps, such as Google Docs and Google Drive, I’d like to highlight a lesser known, but equally as useful tool, Google Hangouts. Google Hangouts is a free virtual meeting tool available to all LCC students and instructors. Google Hangouts allows users to […]Read More EdTech | Google Hangouts
In the event that a proctored setting is not able to utilize the Respondus Lockdown Browser, an Instructor may be required to create a copy of the required quiz for use in the proctored setting that does not require Lockdown Browser. Access to the quiz can then be restricted by setting up a Special Access […]Read More Creating a Copy of a Quiz for a Proctored Setting that Cannot use the Respondus Lockdown Browser
Would you like to learn how to archive a D2L course(s) offline? Come see us during the D2L Academic Office Hours in your area during the weeks of April 24th and May 1st for assistance with exporting D2L content to a file, including: Exporting whole courses Exporting components of a course Exporting whole course/course components for re-importing into another […]Read More Would you like to learn how to archive a D2L course(s) offline?
Would you like to learn more about available statistics in your D2L course(s)? Come see us during the D2L Academic Office Hours in your area during the weeks of April 10th and April 17th to learn about the reporting and statistics tools in D2L, including: Viewing statistics for D2L Content and Discussions Viewing quiz statistics by […]Read More Come See Me | D2L Reporting and Statistics — The weeks of 4/10 & 4/17
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SurveyMonkey is a free surveying tool and can be accessed through the web, or app for both Android and iOS. SurveyMonkey can be used to gather information anonymously or as an assessment tool to check for students’ level of understanding. With SurveyMonkey, you can easily create items such as surveys, opinion polls, quizzes/tests, questionnaires, or […]Read More EdTEch | SurveyMonkey
For More Information Visit: http://elearning.openlcc.net/importing — exams — from — d2l — to — respondus/ Was this Helpful ? yes noRead More D2L TechBit | Would you like learn how to print D2L quizzes from Respondus?