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Add Topics to a Content Module
Once you have created a module or submodule to your table of contents, you can add topics to that module. To add files from your computer, the Manage files area, Capture Central or the LOR, to create links, or to create a file: Click the mod...
Add a YouTube Video to Your Course
Inside the HTML editor (wherever you are using it; News, Content, Dropbox Instructions, Discussion Prompt, etc.), click on the first button in the toolbar – Insert Stuff . Click on YouTube and search for a video relevant to your conten...
 Copy Course Components
The Import/Export/Copy Components tool provides several channels through which content can be brought in, or exported out of, a course offering (Org Unit). This tool is commonly used for copying some or all content from a previous semester’s c...
Create a Link
Once you have created a module or sub-module in your table of contents, you can add links to websites in that module. To add links: Click the module in the Table of Contents on the left. Click on the New button. Choose the Create a Link o...
Create Modules and Submodules in Content
You must create a module before you can add topics. You can create submodules (modules within existing modules) to establish a deeper hierarchy. On the navbar, click Content . In the Table of Content panel, click in the "Add a module" ...
Create a Quicklink
Select the words in your text that you want to use for the quicklink. In the HTML editor, click the quicklink icon. Select the item you want a link to (a discussion, dropbox, URL, etc.). ...
 Delete All Content from a Course
You should only do this when the wrong content or duplicate content has been imported into your course.  If you have any Third-Party Integrations that are graded, such as Techsmith Relay videos, publisher content, etc. view   How to Re...
HTML Editor Basics
There are multiple parts to the HTML editor.  The upper toolbar of the HTML/WYSIWYG editor is very similar to the toolbar in most document editors, such as MS Word. If you do not see this full toolbar, click the [...]icon on the far right ...
HTML Editor - Accessibility Checker
An accessibility checker is available within the HTML Editor for use within Content, Widgets, Quizzes, Assignments, Calendar, and any other tool where an instructor or student can access the HTML Editor. The accessibility checker is available on th...
Import Zipped Content
NOTE:  Content imported into a course shell will NEVER  (with one exception) overwrite or delete existing content. For example, if content from a course is copied into a shell multiple times, the content will be duplicated for each att...
Making a PDF
All MS Office products can produce PDF documents. Below are instructions for Word 2010, Word  2013, and Word 2016.  There are advantages to using PDF in your course: The d ocument looks the same for every student no matter what ...
Use FAQs
Previously in D2L, there was an FAQ option under Resources on navbar. This option is no longer available. If you want your students to use FAQs, you must insert the follow link into your content. https://d2l.lonestar.edu/d2l/lms/faq/view_faq.d2l...
Fix Broken Links
At times, after copying course content, you may have broken links in your modules. To fix broken links: Click the Broken Topic link. The Add Activity pop-up window displays. Select an activity from the list. -or- Click the arrow button, an...
How to Remove Third-Party Integration Content and the Associated Grade Items
Third-Party Integration Content refers to certain publisher content, TechSmith Relay videos, and other vender content. NOTE:  If you remove a Third-Party Integration item from a course without disassociating it from its Grade Item, you ma...