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D2L Objectives and Competencies
Event Type:Conference/Workshop
Location:161 Wing Technology Center
 
Friday, November 30, 2012
1:30 PM - 3:00 PM
Calendar:
Center for Advancing Teaching & Learning (CATL)
Contact:
CATL
785-6872
Title Url:https://uwlacrosse.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_1yQF8kLHM6nkbGt
Organization/Department:CATL

D2L Objectives and Competencies

presented by Cari Mathwig Ramseier (Academic Technology Services), Jen Snook, Bill Cerbin, and Patrick Barlow (CATL)
Friday, November 30, 1:30-3:00 p.m., 161 Wing Technology Center

In D2L, the Competencies tool is used to track a user's knowledge and skill development on a chosen topic. Competencies in D2L are made up of three components: activities that users complete to acquire knowledge or skill (such as Dropbox assignment, quiz, or discussion); learning objectives that measure whether the skill or knowledge was acquired; and competencies/objectives that are achieved when learning objectives are completed.  Intended for users who are comfortable using all of the default tools in D2L, including Rubrics and Grades, this session will help you begin to set up your own course/program competencies and objectives in D2L, and share how this tool can be used as an instructional tool both for you and your students. Be sure to bring your own course/program objectives to add in to D2L.  


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