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Webinar Series: Come together to learn together–Transition to remote instruction with D2L

While you remain focused on ensuring the continuity of learning, the D2L Community is here to support your evolving needs surrounding this time of change. This webinar series will help you discover new ways to use Brightspace during a rapid transition to remote instruction. Over the coming weeks and months, we’ll bring together members of the Brightspace Community to share experiences and embrace the diverse ways that you teach and interact with your learners online. We will continually add webinar options to this page that aim to address your needs as they arise – please ensure you check back for more information.

Webinar 3: D2L—Business continuity strategy and best practices

As COVID-19 continues to cause uncertainty our commitment to support you in your online learning journey is stronger than ever. As an organization, we have taken a number of steps to ensure our employees are prepared to continue to deliver the support you need. Join leaders from across D2L as they share our strategy and best practices for ensuing continuity in business operations.

D2L Presenters: April Oman, Senior VP, Customer Engagement with D2L Leadership Panel

Date: Tuesday 3/31 from 11AM – 12PM EST

Webinar 2: Teaching Movement and Arts Disciplines Online in a Time of Disruption

Join this webinar to discover methods and a structure for temporarily converting teaching the arts and physical disciplines to be delivered in an online platform. Teachers may find this method of thinking about their presentations helpful during this disruptive time.

Watch now Webinar 2: Teaching Movement and Arts Disciplines Online in a Time of Disruption

Webinar 1: Guidelines from Gwinnett—Moving from blended to online learning

Join this webinar to learn strategies on how to prepare teachers, students, parents, and administrations for the switch from blended to fully online learning. Two years ago, the largest K-12 school district in Georgia—Gwinnett County Public Schools—implemented their first Digital Learning Day when schools closed due to inclement weather. With the uncertainty surrounding COVID-19, Gwinnett County Public Schools will now utilize extended Digital Learning Days to provide continuity of instruction for over 180,000 students.

Watch now Webinar 1: Guidelines from Gwinnett—Moving from blended to online learning

Looking for enablement webinars for K-12 educators? Visit our webinar series here.

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