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CourseLink migration to D2L 9.1

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presentation for ITSIG at the University of Guelph. Feb. 2011

presentation for ITSIG at the University of Guelph. Feb. 2011

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  • 1. CourseLink Migration To D2L LE 9.1 building on a strong foundation
  • 2. Background:¬† Building on a Strong Foundation
      • Established DOME, Roles and Permissions, Org Hierarchy
      • Solid integrations
      • Excellent documentation and training
      • Established relationships
      • Positive uptake from users
      • Vision and leadership
      • Excitement for what's next
  • 3. Enhancements: What's next?
      • Usability issues and bug fixes
      • Extensibility
      • Accessibility
      • Security
      • Accelerator¬†tools
        • Manage Dates
        • Course Builder
        • Instructional Design Wizard
      • Rubrics
      • Navbars
      • Desire2Learn 2GO
  • 4. Timelines: Launch Dates
      • Focus groups (2008-present)
      • Sandbox site (April 2010)
      • Test Environment refresh and upgrade (Jan 2011)
      • Production Environment upgrade
        • scheduled for May 3, 2011
  • 5. Project Plan: Testing
      • integrations
        • SIS, final grades, web services, CPC, SSO
      • new config variables
      • new permissions
      • other admin considerations
      • tool evaluation
        • user acceptance
        • feedback to DOME and permissions
        • considerations for training, docs, business processes
  • 6. Project Plan: Collaboration
      • involvement in user acceptance
      • focus groups for new tools
      • development and projects based on enhancements
        • accelerator¬†tools
        • rubrics
        • eP enhancements
        • web services