D2L: Updates and Tips for Spring
Ready for Spring 2023: D2L Updates and Helpful Tips from MTSU Online
Welcome back to the spring semester! We are excited to start off the new year with you and are here to provide support in your online and blended courses. As always, a few updates happened at the end of last semester you might want to know more about, so we are going to give you a quick review of those and some tips for success for the new semester. There will also be some time for Q& A with your MTSU Online Instructional Designers.
Some Topics to be Covered:
- The new Quiz tool settings
- Audio/Video feedback in assignment folders
- Pronouns and Preferred Name reminders
- The ever-popular setting up your midterm grade calculation
Looking forward to seeing you soon!
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