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Help for Students

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UWF's online courses are made available through eLearning, which is hosted by Desire2Learn, one of the leaders in online learning. eLearning is widely used by UWF instructors for fully online courses and to supplement traditional courses with online content.

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Student Help Topics

UWF Library

Help for Online Learners


 Plagiarism Resources

  UWF Library - Using Sources Ethically

  Understanding and Preventing Plagiarism - Strategies & Resources for Students and Teachers

          

Taking Online Quizzes/Exams

 Students, Still Need Help?

Contact the ITS HelpDesk or visit the HelpDesk website to learn more about their resources and services:

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Help for Faculty

Ask ATCThe UWF Academic Technology Center (ATC) provides faculty support for eLearning. AskATC has been created to answer your questions about eLearning and other helpful topics related to designing and teaching online courses at UWF. 

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Faculty Help Topics

New!

Complete this form to request assistance from ATC.

 

Getting Started

Content pageClassmate - Log in to learn procedures related to the Classmate app, including:

  • confirming attendance of your students
  • managing eLearning course preferences

D2L Semester Start Checklist - Instructor

Content page  Online Course Design Templates

Content page  ATC Build a Course Workshop - All faculty are automatically enrolled in this onboarding course in eLearning.  You will find it under the student role on your eLearning home page.  This course will lead you through the steps necessary to build your first course in eLearning. You will learn how to import a course template, modify the course content, and other tools you will use to teach, manage, and assess your students' progress.  If you cannot find the course on your home page, contact ATC staff to add you to the course. 

Content page Copying courses from previous semesters

Content page Log In for the overall Instructor Guide - for anyone teaching courses at UWF.


screenshot of eLearning Tools logoHelp with tools inside eLearning (D2L)


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FAQs

Here is a list of frequently asked questions about eLearning.

ATC Video Archives

Watch archived video recordings on various eLearning topics

D2L Webinar Archives

2015 Archives

2014 Archives

 

 QM at UWF

Quality Matters - 

Best Practices & Design Standards for Online / Blended Courses


  See More Best Practices

   


New! 

Respondus LockDown Browser & Monitor

ATC Live@Lunch Recording: Releasing Mid-term / Milestone Grades - this session also covers how to display final grades to students throughout the semester.

Getting Started with Collaborate Ultra

Intelligent Uses of Intelligent Agents

New Group Collaboration Tool - Try Wiggio!

Join the D2L Product Idea Exchange Forum - submit ideas for features/functionality and comment/vote for those ideas you’d like to see in the Brightspace products.


Additional Resources

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Visit the UCF Teaching Online Pedagogical Repository

Here are more helpful videos, articles, etc.

 



Faculty, Still Need Help?

Complete this form to request assistance from ATC.