The eLearning unit supports the college community in the use of web-based technology, with the goal of providing an engaging and accessible learning experience. Work is grounded in the principles of flexible learning. Learn more eLearning tutorials - extensive, easy to navigate repository of short tutorials providing how-to details on all aspects of Camosun’s key educational technology tools D2L, Kaltura and Collaborate.New to D2L or you want to expand your use of educational technology? Attend a workshop.Take advantage of the Brightspace (provider of D2L) developed on-demand training. Login to D2L and explore the training tab within the My Courses widget. eLearning blog - keep current on eLearning developments, find out about new D2L features and read about your colleague’s experiences with educational technology. Educational technology Educational technology is a complex and ever-changing landscape. There are many choices and new tools are constantly emerging to meet teaching and learning needs. Technology toolsThe college supports a range of educational technologies to develop and enhance online course delivery. Each of these tools has been vetted for appropriateness to our community and compliance with accessibility, intellectual property, and privacy standards. These tools are funded by the college and have established support processes in place.The eLearning unit assists faculty with determining the feasibility of adopting new educational technologies and provides support for planning, integration and roll-out. Questions? Set-up a consultation with an Instructional Designer.Key considerations for adopting new educational technologyBefore adopting a new educational technology tool, there are a number of factors we must consider. Respond to the questions on this document. An Instructional Designer will meet with you to discuss. eLearning policy Access to the Learning Management System is outlined in a policy informed directive. The D2L and Collaborate retention schedule outlines the criteria and process for regular content deletion.