This blog takes a look at how online and hybrid learning models can help meet South Africa’s education and skills needs through feature-rich, scalable courses tailored to deliver learning outcomes.
In this, the first in a two-blog series on learning in South Africa, we examine the higher education landscape and consider a range of challenges being faced.
How would we engage with one another the way we engaged one another in the physical classroom?
“Why key design, assessment, and communication elements make all the difference”
In these difficult times, higher education institutions in many countries are making an adjustment to distance teaching and learning
This blog explores how to ensure that you are appropriately communicating learning objectives and expectations to your students in Brightspace.
Some of what passes as online learning can be classified as thoughtful and engaging, while other online experiences lack the care and attention needed to enable all learners to succeed
We’ve created a science-based online course on COVID-19 to anyone who wants to take it, at no cost -- built by educators and is based on the science behind.
A lot of schools are now playing catchup to what I believe will be the new global normal — having the ability to switch from classroom-based learning to exclusively online learning at the drop of a hat.
This blog explores various ways to provide appropriate and timely feedback, including descriptive comments, in-line annotations, numeric grades, and audio/video recordings.
Recent changes in the industry have made me pause for a moment and reflect on where D2L is at today, how we got here, and why we’re in the learning business in the first place. We continue to stay the course.
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