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Posts tagged course management

Image of the cover of the book The Online Teaching Survival Guide The four phases of an online course
In this week's post, Peter discusses the stages of life for an online class and shares some literature that may be useful to online instructors. Posted November 2, 2015
Eyes Big Brother’s Toolbox 1
Math faculty member and DL mentor Ann Cary shares some tips for using D2L's tracking and progress tools to see how engaged students are. Posted October 26, 2015
Fall Faculty Learning Communities: Focus on Rubrics
Learn about rubrics and create one to use in your online course. Posted October 2, 2015
Introducing a guide for new and experienced online instructors
Check out the new What Works Well in Teaching Online at PCC booklet that was created by the Distance Learning Advisory Council with feedback from faculty and staff. Posted September 28, 2015
A view of the class progress Finding non-engaged students (and imposters)
Use the Class View of the User Progress tool to get a view of student activity during the first week to identify students who are struggling, and maybe even an imposter! Posted June 30, 2015
Using Intelligent Agents 1
Learn more about intelligent agents in D2L Posted May 5, 2015
D2L Mooc for effective practices using the learning environment
Learn more about the D2L Learning Environment and some effective practices from this free online MOOC. Posted April 7, 2015
User progress tool showing two students and their course activity Using small data 2
Forget big data. Use small data like class access or quiz scores to improve student learning through the learning analytics cycle. Posted March 9, 2015
Sharing Gears (a metaphor for work) What do you think about online course materials sharing? 1
Steve looks at the merits and demerits of course sharing to kick off a conversation with the larger college. Posted February 9, 2015
Screen shot of statistics for content Who’s Using the Content Area in Your Class?
Find out which content your students are viewing in your course with this nifty report. Posted March 3, 2014