Enhancement Request Status
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At the top of the Table of Contents page there is an import/export button. We have found that when a user is creating a brand new courses, they have a tendency to click the "Import/Export" button to begin adding files to the course rather than clicking Add a Module field at the bottom of the screen.
"Disable Pager and Alerts" is a advanced quiz setting qhich is turned on by default. The instructor has requested that this be turned off by defafault. By having this on it disables the student's ability to communicate while a quiz submission is pending. This disabled the email tool as well. The instructor explained that this can cause issue for student's doing practice quizzes and for grad students who are part of lab sections.
Please consider changing this setting to a default off mode.
Generate Summary Stats for Surveys and Quizzes.
When an instructor grades using Turnitin (connected to a D2L dropbox), they must click on “Use this score” for each submission. Add setting option/checkbox for the dropbox to “Always Choose to use Turnitin score” and have it go directly into the scorebox. Instructor would still have to click Publish.
Survey enhancement to provide survey links to users without D2L accounts.
Add voice feedback option to Dropbox in Grades.
Import attendance data and/or settings from a CSV file.
Points over total option for multipleselect question type
In addition to allowing quiz question exports to Excel/CSV, allow quiz questions to be exported to Microsoft Word.
Add a login history page within a course to allow instructors to view all login history.
allow students to record attendance for a class period by themselves and also to see a way for the % attendance column to be linkable to a gradebook assignment.
When uploading a SCORM package and not using the advanced settings the SCORM will overwrite any existing SCORMS in the course instead of creating a second (or third or fourth) file. It would be helpful if it uploaded a second package rather than writing over the existing package. At the very least there should be a warning message that the existing package will be overwritten. If instructors do not use advanced settings they may not realize the full effect of the actions that are taking. This would cause a loss of data.