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This article provides an overview of the monthly updates to the Brightspace by D2L (Learn@UCO) system as it applies to the UCO campus.
This article provides basic information and links to additional resources for using the Respondus Monitor program to automate proctored exams in D2L.
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
Annotate student assignment submissions in Brightspace with ease. Make notes, underline, and comment directly onto the submitted assignment for student review.
This article walks students through the process of submitting an assignment to the D2L Dropbox Tool for their instructor to assess using screenshots from a laptop or desktop computer.
This article provides a basic overview the Brightspace (D2L) ePortfolio tool available to all UCO students and instructors.
The D2L Assignments Folder tool in Learn@UCO courses now provides the ability to assess a variety of different submission types, beyond just student submitted files. This article provides an overview of the different submission types and the options available for each. These options are only available to newly created Assignments Folder.
This article walks students through the process of viewing the feedback from their instructor on an assignment submitted and assessed in a Learn@UCO Assignments Folder.
This article walks instructors through the process of assessing an assignment submitted to a Learn@UCO Dropbox.
The Rubric tool available in Learn@UCO (D2L) makes it easy to assess student achievement in Dropbox Folders, Discussion Topics, Quizzes, Surveys and Learning Objectives. This article provides resources and an overview of terminology for instructors on using the Rubrics tool.
This article provides students with steps and resources for understanding the Content tool in Learn@UCO, including navigation, bookmarks, printing and more.
This article walks students through the process of submitting an assignment to the Learn@UCO Dropbox for a specific course.