Grading, Class prep, Domain changes, Oh my! Help is here.

D2L Gradebook support? Check.

Get your gradebook in tip-top shape for calculating & submitting grades.

You want to get this right, and don’t want to be frustrated in the process.

Click here for our Gradebook – End of Semester FAQ’s!

Extended Drop-in hours in L1735 through Dec. 19th*

Mon, 12/11: 8:30am-3:30pm
Tues, 12/12: 8:30am-3:30pm (AND 4-6pm by appointment only)
Wed, 12/13: 2:30-4:00pm (AND 4-6pm by appointment only)
Thur, 12/14: 8:30am-3:30pm
Fri, 12/15: 8:30am-4pm

Mon, 12/18: 8:30am-4:30pm
Tues, 12/19: 8:30am-12pm    (Grades due at 12pm!)

*Note: Feel free to drop-in during the hours above, but pre-made appointments will be prioritized.

Can’t make it to campus?

Two more great options:

  1. Call or Email Kathleen with your question:, 952-358-8617.
  2. Call the IT Helpdesk or Click here to Submit a ticket to the IT Helpdesk.

ask us click here to log in

Once logged in, click the Enter A Service Request and complete the form.

Get a jump-start on the spring semester

Prior to Development Day, get help with class prep, and/or learn some new tricks.

Wednesday, Jan. 3rd
Location: P1804  (coffee and refreshments provided!)

9-11am Open lab/Drop-in questions
11am-12:30pm  Content Design
1-3pm MediaSpace/Video Assignments/Adobe Connect
3-4:30pm Office 365

Thursday, Jan. 4th
Location: P1804   (coffee and refreshments provided!)

9-11am  Open lab/Drop-in questions
11am-12:30pm Gradebook
1-3pm   Intelligent Agents/Awards
3-5pm   Open lab/Drop-in questions

Click here for more details on each session.

So…what’s up with the Domain change on Dec. 27th?

Q: What is happening?
A: Web addresses with “” are changing to “”

Q: What should I do after Dec. 27th?
A: We recommend you check all links in your files and D2L courses that have anything to do with the “” address.

Q: How will I know which files to check?
A: You will receive an email that provides a list of all links in  your courses (excluding PowerPoint and Excel files).

Click here for more domain change FAQ’s


And speaking of class prep…

Previously on Chalk & Pixels we provided info on a great high-impact learning technique called “Reacting to the past.”

Using any curriculum, you can provide students the opportunity to create real-world scenarios and immerse themselves in topics connected to your material.

Click here to read about this incredibly effective teaching technique, and how it impacts students! 

Click here to read more about the upcoming conference in January

Thanks to Ben Maegi in the History department for providing this info – contact him if you want to know more about in-class gaming ideas.

Have a great week!

end of semester you got this


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