D2L Awards: Incentivizing Behavior and Recognizing Achievement
The D2L Awards tool enables faculty to distribute digital badges to students. There are many uses for awards, from adding a gamification component to your course to determining which of your course objectives students are achieving. In this workshop, faculty will see examples of D2L awards and learn how to create awards specific to their course objectives.
This is a Zoom workshop.
You will receive a Zoom meeting link the day before the workshop.
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