Sharing Creative Course Design Tips

Welcome to 2023!!Please share your ideas for using Adobe Creative Tools in D2L. Ideas Exchange: Online course design tips using adobe creative tools in D2L. How are you using adobe tools in D2L? Let’s share ideas. Please post below.

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Using Adobe Creative Express in D2L

This post is designed to engage conversation about using Adobe Creative Express in the D2L classroom.

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Comparing Zoom and Panopto

Zoom and Panopto Comparison Hello, Faculty, In this blog post, the D2L tools Zoom and Panopto will be compared to assist faculty in determining the best tool to use for specific tasks. Zoom and Panopto are two tools in D2L available to faculty for use in their courses. Training is provided by the Office of …

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OAT Reflections on “Zoom Features Wishlist”

A few weeks ago, Mike Smith, the Manager of the Office of Academic Technology, came across an article written by D’Arcy Norman entitled “Zoom Features Wishlist.” In the blog post, Norman details a “wishlist” of new features and enhancements for Zoom, based on experience using the platform. The original blog post can be reviewed here: …

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Faculty Insights on Teaching during COVID-19

Moving to fully online course work for the entire university has been a growing experience for most of us, I think. Learning to use the tools we have available to us, figuring out what works best for each of our different classes, and trying to maintain some sort of connection while under a social distancing …

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