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Watch these video's from our vendor, for a beginner's dive into the Content tool:




The above are the basics that you should know. For an expanded dive into the content tool, there is a content playlist from the vendor at: https://bit.ly/2P9Tu8C

If you are thinking about adding a video to your course, talk to your department about streaming servers to host your content. Alternately, use Vimeo, or YouTube to host your content externally and embed the video on a page in Content. Remember to respect copyright and accessiblity laws when you are using other's work as a part of your course. For more information about copyright at McMaster, please go to http://www.copyright.mcmaster.ca/ . For more information about accessibility please go to http://accessibility.mcmaster.ca/teaching-accessibly . Below is a video demonstrating how to embed a video or create content from scratch in D2L which we call Avenue to Learn. The process for embedding a video from YouTube and almost any other video streaming site is the same.



Adding Release Conditions to Content Items:

You may want to restrict access to Content items based on other activity in the system (eg. discussion posts, enrollment in a group or completing a quiz). This video demonstrates this ability.

Avenue Specifics

Nothing at this time.

Effective Pedagogical Practices

Please let us know if you have any pedagogical input for this tool.



For questions or concerns, Avenue support is available from Monday to Friday, 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM at (905) 525-9140 ext. 23757 or by completing the intake form located at http://avenue.mcmaster.ca/support/

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