When you access Desire2Learn (D2L) for the first time, you’ll notice that things look a bit different. Although D2L and CULearn have many tools in common, one of the first things you notice is that they are named differently.
|File Manager||Manage Files|
|Goals||Competencies and Objectives|
|Selective Release||Release Conditions|
Some tools share the same name:
And one tool has been broken up. In CULearn, the Assessments tool was used to create three different assessment types: quizzes, self- tests, and surveys. In D2L, each assessment type is a different tool – the Quizzes Tool, Self Assessments Tool, and Surveys tool.
While similar, there are some differences in how the tools work. For example, to create Learning Modules in D2L, use the Content Tool. Also, a Media Library that you can create in CULearn can be created in multiple ways using the Content, Links, or Glossary tool in D2L.
Learn more about using learning and communication tools in D2L.