"passed legislation last November unanimously recommending that allwhile the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater faculty senate
Marquette instructors be required to attend a D2L training session
and at the very least post the syllabus on the course site"
"formally expresses its dissatisfaction with the performance of the
current implementation, infrastructure, and management of
Desire2Learn and request that the University of Wisconsin System
Administration investigate the systemic nature of the problem and
And then a few days ago in the wake of the Blackboard-Desire2Learn verdict (where D2L was found to have infringed on Bb's controversial patent), the University of Wisconsin System is quoted in Waterloo's (ON) The Record:
Hmmm. Sounds like students want instructors to use it more (and more effectively), instructors want it to run well, and administrators...well...we're trying to figure it all out.