With the end of the fall 2016 semester here, we thought you might find the following D2L tips helpful:
The end of the Fall 2016 term is already close upon us. It’s time to start planning final exams and whipping gradebooks into shape. CU Boulder’s Learning Technology Consultants are hosting a handful of workshops to answer all your pressing D2L questions.
These sessions will cover a number of topics, including:
Workshops will be held in the listed locations at the following dates and times:
Every three years OIT sets out to determine how we can best serve the campus community. Through input from all of our stakeholders--students, faculty, staff, administration and researchers--we establish our strategic goals for the coming years and publish them in our strategic plan.
In OIT’s 2015-18 strategic plan, we have laid out four strategic goals:
During the Fall and Winter Breaks, the IT Service Center and Walk-In Desktop Support will operate according to the following schedules:
As part of CU Boulder’s commitment to fostering an accessible campus environment, OIT recently launched a captioning service which will assist faculty and staff in getting video or audio content captioned or transcribed to meet the new CU Boulder Campus Standards for the Accessibility of Information and Communication Technology Policy (PDF).
The Office of Information Technology (OIT) understands that wireless service is critically important to nearly everyone on campus and is constantly working on ways to improve this service while minimizing impacts.
Over the summer some enhancements were made to i>clicker including a new D2L Easy Sync Integration. We also have best practices tips and training to help you make the most of i>clicker.
As always, please download the latest tested version of i>clicker before the semester starts. Also delete or remove any links from your desktop to previous versions of the software, and delete or archive those old versions.
It’s a new school year and the year ahead holds so much promise. Technology will play a key role in your success and here are the top tips to help you make the most of CU Boulder’s technology and support services.
On Monday, July 18, CU-Boulder moved to the new Qualtrics interface. As part of this update, Qualtrics introduced new features, including a new projects framework, more options for distributing surveys, and an improved way to view responses and results.
In the summer of 2015, the University of Colorado Boulder Student Government joined forces with Housing and Dining Services and Police and Emergency Management to purchase a public safety smartphone application called LifeLine Enterprise (CU-Boulder Today Article). The app has three features designed to provide the user with ways to call for help in case of an emergency.