Using D2L as a Virtual Teaching Assistant: Introduction to Intelligent Agents and Replacement Strings
Maintaining an active and engaged online teaching presence is time consuming for even the most experienced faculty. Did you know that D2L offers an embedded tool that can help monitor students’ activity in the course and take appropriate actions on your behalf? In this workshop, faculty will be introduced to the Intelligent Agent and replacement string functions as a strategy for demonstrating presence and building a community of learning through directed and personalized course communication.
This is a Zoom workshop.
You will receive a Zoom meeting link the day before the workshop.
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