Learning Management System (LMS)
D2L is the Learning Management System (LMS) used at WCU to manage and access course sites.
- D2L Services Website: Visit the D2L Services website for more information about D2L and access to technical support resources.
- Instructional Design Consultation: Contact your assigned instructional designer for assistance designing and developing your D2L Course Site. If you are not sure who your assigned instructional designer is, contact the Teaching & Learning Center at email@example.com.
- D2L Homepage Templates: The Teaching & Learning Center (TLC) and IS&T’s EdTech and User Services team have collaborated to develop D2L course homepage templates with a standardized navigation bar in D2L. Visit this website for more information.
- D2L Module Templates: If you are interested in using a D2L Module Template, contact your assigned Instructional Designer for access. If you are not sure who your assigned instructional designer, contact the Teaching & Learning Center at firstname.lastname@example.org.
TLC Licensed Tools
These tools are managed by the Teaching and Learning Center and can be integrated with D2L. Use the links below to visit the appropriate information page for additional details about each tool. If you have any questions about these tools, please contact Jessica Drass at email@example.com.
An asynchronous student engagement tool which allows users to build interactive content that can be embedded in D2L Course Sites.
An online audience response system which allows users to engage audiences through live polling.
An online exam proctoring system that integrates with D2L.
An online tool that can be used to facilitate group discussions, collaboration, and presentations.
These enterprise tools, managed by Information Services & Technologies (IS&T), are frequently used in instruction by faculty members. For a complete list of software available to faculty at WCU, please visit IS&T's Software Applications Available at WCU page.
Create, upload, and share multimedia content right in D2L.
HD-Quality video conferencing for classes and meetings.
A collection of cloud computing, productivity, and collaboration tools developed by Google.
Options for file storing, sharing, and collaborating.
Virtual desktop that allows users to run software through a web browser or mobile app.
The Teaching and Learning Center has developed web-based applications to aid with the course development process:
The purpose of the Responsive Code Generator is to create an embed code for a responsive video (a video which changes size based on the device being used to view the video) which can be inserted onto a D2L module page. By ensuring your videos are responsive, students have a positive user experience no matter what device they use: desktop, tablet, or phone.
The YouTube Transcript Generator creates a Microsoft Word file containing the text of a YouTube video's automatically-generated closed captioning. This file can then be manually corrected and used as a transcript.
Recording Studios and Equipment
The Teaching and Learning Center has two recording studios in Anderson Hall, as well as recording equipment available for loan. Use the links below to learn more about each space as well as our loaner equipment.
Augmented and Virtual Reality
The TLC is excited to explore how augmented and virtual reality (AR and VR) technologies can be incorporated in instruction. We have partnered with faculty at WCU to help build and facilitate AR and VR learning activities and even have a class set of Meta Quest 2 headsets available to loan in order to support in-class VR/AR learning activities and scenarios.