Great uses by your MU Colleagues
Dr. Monica Adya,
Dr. Brooke Mayer,
Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering
D2L QUICK STEP-BY-STEP GUIDES
- D2L Overview
This introductory guide covers: (1) Creating your profile; (2) Creating and deleting News Items; (3) Setting up notifications; (4) Creating modules and sub-modules; (5) Uploading documents to the content area and (6) deleting content.
- D2L Copying Materials from a Previous Course
A quick guide on how to copy materials from a previous course to a different one.
D2L Discussions Tool
An introductory guide to discussions that covers: (1) Create a discussion forum; (2) Create a topic in a discussion forum; (3) Edit forums and topics; (4) Delete discussion forums, topics, and threads and (5) Assessing a topic.
D2L Discussions - Changing to Grid View
Explains how to change the Discussion view from reading to grid view.
D2L Dropbox Tool
Get acquainted with the D2L Dropbox with this introductory guide that covers: (1) Create folders and categories in the Dropbox; (2) Edit a folder; (3) Delete a folder and (4) View and evaluate student submissions.
D2L Rubrics Tool
A quick guide to the Rubrics tool in D2L covering: (1) types of rubrics in D2L; (2) creating an analytic rubric; (3) creating a holistic rubric; (4) editing rubrics; (5) deleting rubrics.
D2L Quizzing Tool
A quick guide on the Quiz feature in D2L covering: (1) Use the Question Library to create a question bank; (2) Create quizzes; (3) Edit and delete quizzes and (4) Grade quizzes.
Creating Groups in D2L
Get an understanding of how groups can be set up in D2L and the steps to make it happen.
Setting up your Lync account in D2L
- Using the Respondus LockDown Browser
Guide to Using D2L with JAWS
An introductory guide on how to navigate D2L using the JAWS screen reader that covers: (1) Logging into D2L; (2) Configuring D2L Account Settings; (3) Navigation Content; (4) Navigating Quizzes.
D2L VIDEO TUTORIALS
Quizzes: The Question Library
EXPORTING A COURSE FROM D2L
Marquette conducts an annual course cleanup in order to maintain the storage capacity and system performance of D2L. Accordingly, faculty members who want to retain older course content and class records should archive their own material following the instructions linked below. Instructors who require assistance with this process are invited to contact the IT Services Helpdesk at email@example.com or (414) 288-7799. View course export instructions »
D2L TERM FILTER FOR MY COURSES
After the May 15th, 2015 D2L upgrade, if someone is enrolled in more than 100 courses with the same role, they will no longer see their courses listed by semester/department. They will only see their last 10 accessed courses. If this is the case, they will see a button at the top of My Courses called "Select Term". This will allow them to see all courses for a particular semester. View term filter instructions »