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v10 D2L Sneak Peek: Welcome to Class Progress

Once we upgrade OU D2L to v10 on May 25th, instructors will have access to a great new graphical view of each course’s class progress, in addition to an overhauled individual user progress. We won’t take a look at the individual progress in this post, but students will be able to easily view their individual progress too!

The Class Progress tool provides you with a page to easily view students’ progress or activity for a variety of different indicators. For example, in the course below we are viewing Content, Objectives, Logins, and Grades. We can quickly see that OU Test Student (very bottom) is not participating in the course and appears to be at risk. With no logins and no content visits – it sends an immediate red flag! The great part is that you can customize this page at anytime to match the tools you utilize in your course, just simply click the settings link and replace the indicators as needed.

Class Progress
Instructors will access the new class progress via the Edit Course link in the navbar in the Learner Management section (quick tip: Edit Course will now contain one-click access to all of your available tools). You can select four default indicators of the nine available, which include:

  • Checklist Completion
  • Content Completion
  • Discussions Participation
  • Dropbox Performance
  • Grades Performance
  • Login History
  • Objectives Completion
  • Quiz Performance
  • Survey Completion

We urge you to check out the new Class Progress after the upgrade. It allows us all to be more proactive in at-risk student situations. To find out more about the upgrade on May 25th, please visit the upgrade page!

Kevin Buck

As an academic technology administrator, Kevin Buck primarily focuses on assisting faculty and students with the use of technology to enhance their learning experience. Over the past year, Kevin has taken a growing interest in digital media and mobile solutions. Kevin serves as the Digital Media Specialist for OU Information Technology, enabling and supporting the use of video to enhance the student experience. Prior, Kevin administered the campus LMS, Desire2Learn, and coordinated training and support for the system. Originally from Kansas, Kevin started working for OU IT in 2007 when he moved to Norman to pursue his undergraduate degree from the University of Oklahoma. Kevin earned his Bachelor of Arts in Information Studies and is currently contemplating what he'd like to pursue for his Masters degree.

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