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D2L tips for Assessments | Albert S. Fu, Ph.D.

It’s back to school time. Despite the semester starting last week, I’m still making last minute tweaks to my courses on Desire2Learn. This journal post is dedicated to the various... ...
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When Students Hate to Read Course Materials | William D. Prystauk

  I have had the pleasure of teaching online Writing for the Workplace courses at Kutztown University for roughly three years. To date, many successful students have stated that they... ...
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