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Purdue University Creates a Foundation for e-Learning Success

Challenge Adapting To A New Way Of Learning Purdue University is a public research university located in West Lafayette, Indiana and is consistently ranked as one of the best public...

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Ultimate Medical Academy – Reimagining the learning experience

To enhance the student experience for both its online and blended learning pathways, Ultimate Medical Academy (UMA) realized it needed to replace its legacy learning management system (LMS) with a more modern platform: D2L Brightspace. How could UMA and D2L deliver this large and complex change without disrupting the learning experience for students and faculty?

Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technologies (SIIT) – Supporting First Nations communities

SIIT has always focused on supporting First Nations people in their own communities. Each year, SIIT helps hundreds of students develop skills and set career goals through its JobSeries programs. When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, delivering these programs in First Nations communities was no longer possible. SIIT worked with D2L to build an accessible, user-friendly, and equitable online learning platform that helps students thrive.

International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE)- Empowering educators with community-focused learning

For years now, ISTE has been helping educators learn how to take advantage of technology. When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, and schools switched to a fully online teaching model, they embraced technology-enabled learning in many ways. ISTE played a key role in helping thousands of educators level up their pedagogical skills through both certification and bite-size competency-based professional learning courses.

Georgia State University – Breaking down barriers to student success

When students enroll at Georgia State University (GSU), their ethnicity and income level are not predictors of whether they will graduate with a degree. For the past six years, African American, Latinx and Pell Grant students have graduated at or above the rate of the student body overall, and GSU has conferred more bachelor’s degrees to African American students than any other institution in the United States. So, what’s GSU doing differently? The answer lies in its sophisticated use of data and analytics.

VHS Learning – Bringing ASL to online learners through video

When students in the U.S. pick a language to learn at school, ASL is one of the most popular choices. VHS Learning decided to build an innovative set of online ASL courses, using Video Notes in D2L’s Brightspace platform to enable students and teachers to film themselves signing answers to questions. The first course offering proved instantly popular with students, achieving full enrollment within a month of its launch.

Northeastern Technical College – Starting adventures in online learning

Northeastern Technical College (NETC) has a mission to show underserved students the value of technical education and open their eyes to the opportunities available in their local communities. For students who may be the first in their family to go to college, mentorship and support are vital. That’s why NETC is using D2L Brightspace to provide students with an engaging, supportive college experience, even when they’re studying at home.