Below are training modules and lessons developed by the Office of eLearning to help folks use Isidore, UD's learning management system.
If you're brand new to Isidore, or just need a complete refresher, pop into any of the lessons below to learn the fundamentals. The topics covered include background information about Isidore, basic navigation and layout of the system, and the site creation process.
These lessons cover the basics of the most commonly (and easily) used tools in Isidore. We recommend including all of these tools in your course sites -- BUT only if you really do plan on using them. Don't add tools that you won't use!
This set of lessons introduces the concepts of digital accessibility in the context of teaching here at the University of Dayton. Additional Resources are provided with each module to provide optional, in-depth training to complete your understanding of how to make all of your course content accessible.
Let us introduce you to Zoom, the University of Dayton’s chosen platform for video conferencing. While Zoom is primarily used for synchronous learning and web conferencing, there are some unique ways you can use Zoom to enhance your face to face class and increase student engagement. This training module will explain the potential uses, how to acquire zoom, navigate the zoom room, and utilize the best practices for facilitating a synchronous session.