Please check these links for a growing collection of resources during hybrid delivery.
You may be prompted to log in to office.com with your LU email and password to see these resources.
This is the same password you use for D2L and your email.
Information on Collaborating Online, Computer Basics, D2L, Respondus, and Microsoft Office:
Resources for Students
Information on Computer Basics, D2L, Microsoft Office, online instruction, templates, webinars, and more:
Hybrid Delivery Files for Faculty
D2L Template Overview
Please contact CTI if you are not experienced in importing templates.
We help you do this. You do not want to overwrite existing content.
Using these templates is optional to help you build. You may need to delete or add modules based on your course structure (8 weeks vs 16 weeks).
The gradebook needs to be set up with the Gradebook Wizard.
DO NOT OPEN THE TEMPLATE ZIP FILE
Please contact CTI if you are not experienced in importing templates. We help you do this. You do not want to overwrite exisiting content.
This Sample Online Course template has 8 modules with discussions, quizzes, and lesson modules set up so that you can fill it in with your content.
This Guided D2L template includes attendance registers, pre-made modules, and guidance on what to put in your modules.
Download one of the template files to your computer. Do not open the zip file.
It needs to stay the way it is for you to upload it.
The best way to download it is to right-click and choose Save As or Save Link.
Go to the class where you want to use the template.
If you want, you can watch a D2L Video for importing a template to your course
Click on Edit Course> Import/Export/Copy Components.
On the Import/Export/Copy Components page, select Import Components.
Select zip file and upload it.
Choose Import All Components
After the file is processed, press Continue (if necessary) or View Content
The CTI Team is happy to help you! Please contact us for assistance with D2L and with creating and refining engaging courses.
For information on Publisher designed (such as Pearson My Lab), please use your textbook rep and publisher support resources. Those components link to D2L, but they are managed and supported by the publishers.