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This video provides a video of how instructors can use the Sections tool in their D2L courses to differentiate between their on-campus and virtual sections. Additional information on renaming sections for easier identification is also provided.
Your UCO username is the gateway to most UCO services, such as UCONNECT, D2L, Email, etc. The format is typically your first initial then your last name and may be followed by a number.
Ally creates multiple alternative files from the original documents in your course. You can download these alternative formats anywhere that files are used.
Ally is a feature that promotes inclusivity for all learners. Ally integrates into D2L to gauge the accessibility of your content, while also providing guidance and tips for lasting improvements to your content accessibility.
Schedule Webex meetings, events, training sessions, or team meetings and invite all class members. Share office hours and view analytics, including attendance. Create a team or space within Webex Teams so that class members can communicate, share files, receive updates, and see links to meeting recordings or upcoming meetings.
This article provides online resources and support for the suite of Respondus tools including Respondus 4.0, the LockDown browser, and Respondus Monitor.
This article provides an overview of the monthly updates to the Brightspace by D2L (Learn@UCO) system as it applies to the UCO campus.
The Activity Feed Service provides the ability to use the Activity Feed homepage widget. The Activity Feed widget creates a unique "feed" or "stream" for a course. The feed is a way for instructors to provide access to activities learners need to complete, deliver information they need to know, and facilitate learner engagement using simplified workflows in an intuitive and friendly interface.
This guide provides the instructions for basic steps within Respondus
Instructors have access to customize their course homepage by adding new system or custom widgets. This guide provides instructions for instructors on adding new widgets to your course home.
This knowledge base articles provides a video overview of UCO’s learning management system, Learn@UCO. The video focuses on the student perspective of the system with instructions for logging in and navigating Learn@UCO.
The My Media area in Learn@UCO (D2L) allows students to upload media files such as videos and images to a central location for streaming purposes. From here, videos and other media files can be submitted in D2L courses, shared to other users, and added to other locations. My Media is a private storage location and is not visible to the public unless a share link is sent to outside users. My Media is the connection between UCO On Demand, the university supported video streaming solution (similar
Provides details about UCO's policy and recommendations for password security.