- What's New
- Course Planning & Content
- Activating Your Course
- Changing Your Course Image
- D2L Capture
- Enhancing Content
- Learning Object Repository
- My Courses Widget
- Release Conditions
- Respondus Dashboard
- Creating a Quiz
- Adding Questions
- Randomizing Questions
- Adding Special Access
- Setting a Submission View
- Submitting a Quiz for a Student
- Grading & Quiz Statistics
- Previewing a Quiz
- Collaboration & Communication
- Adobe Connect
Creating Content Topics
Course Content can include Documents, Images, Audio & Video files, Lecture Capture Recordings, links to websites, and existing course activities such as Quizzes, Assignments and Discussions.
To add content, select the Module you would like to add files to from the main Table of Contents menu on the left. Content topics must live within a module.
Click Upload/Create and a list of options will appear.
Additional Method to add Content
Another easy way to add content topics is to Drag & Drop files directly into your Content Modules.
Drop targets appear in blue to indicate that files can be added directly to your Table of Contents.
Files can also be dragged directly into the topic list within a module.
When you have successfully uploaded your content the file will appear at the bottom of your module. Click here for information about reordering content topics.
Create a File
After clicking Create a File you will see the editor in which you can create your content.
1. Give your content a Title.
2. The editor window allows you to Insert Media files and Images, set the font type, size and color, as well as insert tables and bullet lists.
3. Click Publish to make it available or Save as Draft if you want to keep it hidden.
Once finished your new content link will appear in the module. Click here for information about reordering content topics.
After you click Create your link will appear at the bottom of the module. Click here for information about reordering content topics.
Add Existing Activities
To link to a course activity click on Add Existing Activities and select the tool you would like to link to, in this example a Group Discussion.
Select the Forum.
Since this is a Group Discussion with restricted topics we will link directly to the forum by clicking the + symbol. This way the student will only see the topic they have access to.
If this was an individual discussion, we would select the topic from the list.
Once selected, the link will be added to the bottom of the module. Click here for information about reordering content topics.
For information on editing your content click here.