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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.

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.

Peer feedback through D2L Brightspace improves student assignments

The Social Sciences faculty at Radboud University incorporates peer feedback into assignments to deepen learning and develop students’ critiquing abilities.

Transforming Online Learning for a Consistent Experience

University College Dublin creates a next generation digital learning environment with D2L Brightspace at its core to ensure a consistent student and staff experience.

Building the university of tomorrow

Aarhus University lays the foundation for innovative digital learning experiences that bridge the divide between the classroom and the world beyond 

Delivering continuous learning experiences on and off campus

Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) is the largest residential university in South Africa, attracting around 65,000 students a year. Widely known as a people’s university, TUT offers a rich multicultural student life, makes higher education accessible to students from all walks of life and helps create employability among the youth population of South Africa. In 2020/21 TUT succeeded in putting the D2L Brightspace learning platform at the heart of its university’s learning experience for tens of thousands of students.

Transforming the online experience

Teach First is an educational charity that develops and supports teachers and leaders in England. In under 20 years, it has placed more than 10,000 teachers in low-income areas, supporting more than one million children. In 2020, Teach First accelerated the transformation of its teacher training programmes to enable online learning during the COVID-19 crisis and provide blended in-person and online tuition long-term. The move inspired a whole new way for the team to create and deliver content and introduced an engaging learning environment for trainee teachers. Thanks to the close working partnership between Teach First and D2L, learners were accessing courses through the Brightspace platform three months ahead of schedule, with learner numbers rapidly scaling up to 10,000.