Monthly Archives: May 2019

Setting Up My Media (Kaltura) in D2L

Now that Kaltura is available in Camosun’s D2L, and we have run the first round of workshops for faculty, it’s time to start sharing our tutorials on using Kaltura in D2L.  Remember, Kaltura is our new streaming media service which … Continue reading

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Flipping Out over the Flipped Classroom workshop summary

Our Flipping Out over the Flipped Classroom workshop is co-facilitated by members of eLearning and Faculty Development (both units in our Centre for Excellence in Teaching and Learning unit). It’s one of my favourite workshops to facilitate, partly because it’s … Continue reading

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BCcampus Open Education

Open Education is a going concern here in B.C. and around the world. If you don’t know a lot about Open Education and Open Educational Resources (OER), a good place to start is the BCcampus Open Education website ( What … Continue reading

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Setting up Special Access in a D2L Quiz

Wondering how to provide specific students with extra time to write a quiz?  Wanting to open a quiz again for one student?  This tutorial will cover the steps involved with setting up Special Access options in a quiz for a … Continue reading

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eLearning Workshops Week of May 27th

And now, here is a list of the workshops we are offering next week.  You can register for these, and all our workshops, at  If you have any questions, email me, Emily, at Lansdowne Workshops Getting Started with … Continue reading

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Creating a Checklist in D2L

The Checklist is a neat little tool in D2L which you can use to create a list of tasks (for a Module, for a Week, for a Course) that students can check off as they complete them.  This tutorial will … Continue reading

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Top 10 Things for Faculty to Know about Blackboard Collaborate Ultra

What is Blackboard Collaborate Ultra? Blackboard Collaborate Ultra (BBCU) is a synchronous classroom tool, which means that faculty now have an online tool with audio, video, chat, and whiteboard/desktop sharing capabilities to support their teaching in real-time. BBCU integrates with … Continue reading

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