Teach Online

Whether you teach your course online or face-to-face, we can help you connect and engage with students in an online environment.

D2L is the learning management system we use to deliver all online courses; it is also widely used to supplement on-campus courses. In fact, did you know all courses taught on campus at Memorial have a D2L course site? For help with activating your course site, contact our Support Centre.

Using D2L in your course can provide you with useful tools such as class lists, online discussions and group work, grade transfers to the Banner system, and more. D2L can also be beneficial for accomodating learning styles, providing supplemental material and learning outside of the classroom.

Get Started

  • If your course site in D2L has not been activated, contact our Support Centre for help.
  • You can access your D2L course site by visiting: online.mun.ca. (Or click on the Course Login link in Quick Links on the right.)
  • Visit our Technology Resources site for resources and guides on D2L and other educational technologies.
  • Drop in to our Teaching and Learning Exchange (ED-1001) for one-on-one help with one of our training staff.

Course and Program Development

CITL supports online courses during the entire development cycle - from initial development, to maintenance, to redevelopment. Throughout the different stages, our course design team collaborates with you - the content experts - to create innovative and effective learning resources.


Online Proctoring

Online proctoring is a method of exam invigilation where professional proctors use webcams and microphones to remotely supervise students during their exams. At Memorial, we use online proctoring as the default method of exam invigilation for students taking selected courses and living outside Newfoundland and Labrador.


Weekly Calendars

Every semester, online courses use a weekly calendar that educators and students use to schedule and complete course activities and assessments. Since weekly calendars for online courses don't always run from Monday to Friday, we develop these nifty calendars to make it easier for you.

 

 

 

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