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APSU Distance Education looking at other learning platforms

Mahalia Smith | Senior Staff Writer APSU is considering changing the online class system from Desire 2 Learn, or D2L. Proposed systems include Blackboard and Canvas. Each service, including D2L, will have open demonstrations in the MUC Ballrooms later this month. While current students are familiar with the system, APSU ...

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Desire to learn draws difficulty

You have a discussion board due at 11:59 p.m., a test to complete by 9 p.m. and an essay that is supposed to be submitted to the dropbox no later than 10 p.m. You log in to complete all of your work that morning, and the website you need is ...

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Onestop, D2l changes access infomation

APSU’s online services, including email, OneStop, D2L and WiFi, will be shutting down from 11 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 2, until 6 a.m. on Thursday, Nov. 3, to allow for a campus-wide password transition. Following the downtime, all student passwords will be changed to “ApA(student’s eight-digit A number).” Usernames will ...

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SGA discusses SOC funding, debates paying for eclipse glasses

Lively debate concerning SGA’s plans for the total solar eclipse occurring Aug. 21, 2017 took place at the meeting on Wednesday, Oct. 19. Tribunal Justice Jacob Robertson expanded upon his resolution from the previous week to provide special solar protective eye-wear for the proper viewing of the eclipse to students. ...

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OneStop Redesign Teased at SGA Meeting

At the last SGA meeting Associate VP and Chief Information Officer Judy Molnar showcased a work-in-progress redesign of the APSU OneStop page. The meeting also featured Chief Operations Officer David Davenport speaking to the body about last semester’s “noose situation” and diversity on campus. The meeting began with Molnar showing ...

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Thoughts on new D2L

By Meaghan Malone Staff Writer Over winter break, the student online learning tool, Desire 2 Learn, received a face-lift. According to Scott Vann, the coordinator of Instructional Technologies at APSU, the Tennessee Board of Regents contracts D2L and chose to update the system. “There are training courses available for both ...

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