A few years ago D2L usage smaller, more power users, help and training was interconnected. With the growth see above. What we are going to share my not be that profound but formalizing it has really helped.
Have audience say who else might be in a course ?????
Often not on the classlist, faculty asking why are they in the class, what can they do, why do I not know they can access my class
These questions needed to be answered, the following was defined—Why should others access
Access will not be granted until this happens, situations for serving students arise.-
Central Lakes College, MN Over 20% of credits earned are online Starting in Fall of 2010 every course offering had a D2L shell. 1277 sections.
Who is in a D2L Course Instructor Student….. Who Else?
Who Else Might Be in theCourse?? Site Admin Lab Assistant Helpdesk Dean, CAO, President Tutor(s) Disability Services Evaluator Workstudy Other Faculty
Faculty Concerns Who is in my course? What can they do? What can they access? Why do they have access? What are the situations they would need access? Should faculty grant permission for access or be notified of changes?
All Access Lead Admin Role ATS Dean, Site Admin, Tech. Trainer Helpdesk Dean, VP, President – can access but not by default
Faculty Permission Tutor(s) Disability Services Evaluator Workstudy Lab Assistant Other FacultyAny other access requires faculty permission
Access ProcedureEmail from faculty to site admin- Couse name, section, and ID number Name of user getting access Role Dates
Help DeskHelp Desk Why do they have access Procedures to access a course What do they see What can they change
Disabilities Disabilities How much access do they have What do they see Can they change anything
Tutors / Work studiesWhy do they have access?What can they do in the course?Can they change anything?
Questions? Thank You! Michael Amick, Dean of Academic andTechnology Services Mamick@clcmn.edu @goamick Liz Tinsley Technology Help DeskLtinsley@clcmn.edu
Credits-Slide 4http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Curious_dog_on_the_leash.jpg Chad MillerSlide 5http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:WyattPuppySept2010.jpg Danml283Slide 6http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Killer_Chihuahua.jpg David Shankbone
creditsSlide 7http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:German_Shepherd_Dog_wet_shake.jpg Ross GoodmanSlide 8http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Puppy_doesnt_like_cone.jpg JohnnyMrNinjaSlide 9http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:1._2006,_May_29_097.jpg Justin Rudd