Posted by on 28 February

Visualization | Albert S. Fu, Ph.D.

Visualization, or more specifically data visualization, is currently one of the big trends in communicating information in business, news media, and increasingly academic research and teaching. A 2013 white paper... ...
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Posted by on 08 January

How do I…Add Activities (formerly known as QuickLinks)

Need to add a URL, wiki, blog or discussion to your course? Who doesn’t? Check out the .pdf and YouTube video on adding activities (formerly known as QuickLinks) to your... ...
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Posted by on 07 November

How do I…Add a New Page

Do you need to add a custom page to your D2L course? The HTML editor available in the “Add New File” feature in the “Manage Content” area makes it easy... ...
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