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Delivering continuous learning experiences on and off campus

Students want the flexibility of a digital learning environment. This is the future. Dr. Dhaya Naidoo, Chief Information Officer, Tshwane University of Technology Challenge Consistent Learning Experiences Online And Inside...

More than 1,000 organisations in over 40 countries around the world rely on D2L to help them transform learning.

Engaging students through the use of online learning tools

Radboud University maximises student engagement and participation through a rewarding online learning experience.

Delivering a Digital Vision

The Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences introduces D2L Brightspace in support of blended learning and an evolution of the university’s learning environment.

Streamlining grades recording within SITS and D2L Brightspace

Abertay University in Dundee, Scotland, is the vibrant and cosmopolitan academic home to around 300 teaching staff and 4,500 students. Named UK University of the Year for Teaching Quality in The Times & Sunday Times Good University Guide 2021, Abertay also has a reputation as one of the UK's leading tech universities. Maximising the potential of digital technology is among the University’s guiding principles. In 2021/22, Abertay successfully automated the grades data feed between Brightspace and the Strategic Information Technology Systems (SITS) to simplify the recording of grades, save staff time, ensure data accuracy and improve the user experience.

Reaching all student communities

The University of the Highlands and Islands delivers consistent online learning experiences to a broad student base.

    As a federated university, UHI had the additional challenge of implementing its virtual learning environment (VLE) across its partner colleges and institutions. An early adopter of technology, the University has always invested in ensuring a consistent online teaching and learning experience. Brightspace supported UHI’s consistent learning environment goals across multiple institutions.

Governing the learning management system

DTU in Denmark is a leading university in the technical and natural sciences founded by H.C. Ørsted, the father of electromagnetism in 1829. The large university of 13,500 students and 6,000 staff believes in technology as a means for necessary change and grasping the opportunities created by digitisation. In 2021, DTU established a governance structure for DTU Learn, the university’s implementation of Brightspace, to define the platform’s purpose and success criteria and improve management processes within the university.

Transforming grading and assessment

Nottingham Trent University weaves face-to-face and digital learning provision into all of its programmes so that students can plot their own routes through their courses.