Today, two decades later, we like to say that our goal is nothing less than changing the way the world learns.
At D2L, we strive to change the way the world learns.
How educational institutions can help safeguard themselves against ADA lawsuits
D2L’s Accessibility Interest Group has helped solve complex problems through a deeper understanding of accessibility.
VR can make the impossible possible for people with disabilities, but only if environments are made accessible.
Making education accessible to all types of learners improves the classroom experience for everyone.
Today’s student demands flexibility in learning–online courses need to be designed to help support this
In a blended learning environment, teachers should aim to save time. Using an LMS to create a lesson plan can help.
UDL in learning is about designing learning environments that are accessible to and effective for everyone.
This Global Accessibility Awareness Day, learn about how to design learning experiences for human diversity.
Tech is quickly changing teaching and learning. Here are some strategies to help faculty stay on the cutting edge.
President and CEO John Baker discusses D2L’s new partnership with the NFB, and what it means to be digitally accessible.
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