Content

The Content tool is used to upload and organize files that you share with students. Content is organized in modules (folders) and topics (files). Before you start, think about how you want to organize your course. For example, do you want to structure the information by week, topic, or file type? Consider how to organize the materials such that learners can easily locate the information they need.

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The Content tool is used to upload and organize files that you share with students. Content is organized in modules (folders) and files.

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If you would like to re-use materials from a course that you have taught previously, please follow these instructions.

To upload a file to your D2L course, follow the steps below.

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The three basic principles of Universal Design for Learning (UDL) stress the use of multiple means of representation, expression and engagement.

The Role Switch feature in D2L allows you to get an idea (to some degree) of how your course is viewed by students.

Objects like media files, interactive animations (flash, HTML5), web pages, online forms & docs (Google, Microsoft or others), can be embedded into Content using the HTML Editor.

A Google Drive document can be embedded into Content using the HTML5 Editor. This instruction outlines how to embed a Google Drive document.