There is just over a month left for you to migrate and/or archive your content from D2L and Moodle. After June 1, 2018, you will no longer have access to credit or noncredit courses, or any other types of materials or activities in the retiring systems.
To retain content from D2L and Moodle, please take one or both of the following steps:
- Migrate your content to Canvas – Make sure to migrate all instructional content that you wish to retain access to:
- For credit courses – complete this migration request form.
- For any other use of D2L or Moodle (e.g., noncredit courses) – request a Canvas course shell to begin the migration process. You will receive confirmation and basic instructions on how to migrate your content within 48 hours. See further details on next steps.
- Download and save data – Only content such as lecture slides, readings, etc., that are added by the instructor, are automatically moved to Canvas for credit-based courses. If you will need access to student-generated content, grades, submitted assignments, completion data or other types of information to fulfill incompletes or for other purposes, you will need to properly archive this information. For details on how to do so, and how to identify and handle restricted or sensitive data, please review “How to Download Data from D2L and Moodle.” If you have a noncredit course with specific reporting needs, please contact Tom Kourakis at email@example.com for assistance.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Tom Tabone at firstname.lastname@example.org. More information about UW–Madison’s transition to Canvas and training opportunities can be found at canvasinfo.wisc.edu.This entry was posted in Teaching & Advising by pearce3. Bookmark the permalink.