D2L - Sexual Violence Prevention Course (UW-Madison)
This document describes how to complete the Preventing Sexual Violence at UW-Madison course. It also contains information for coordinators about checking course completion status.
To complete the Preventing Sexual Violence at UW-Madison course:
1. Log on to D2L using your UW-Madison NetID credentials.
2. In the My Course Dashboard, look under "Current" for the Preventing Sexual Violence at UW-Madison course, then click into the course and follow the completion instructions.
NOTE: Only graduate and professional students are enrolled in the Preventing Sexual Violence at UW-Madison course within D2L. Others interested in taking this course should contact email@example.com.
Deadlines for Completion are:
- Graduate School October 13 2017
- Law School September 30 2017
- Medical School September 15 2017
- School of Pharmacy September 30 2017
- School of Veterinary Medicine September 15 2017
- Contains audio and video, therefore you will need a computer with audio. All audio is closed captioned. Please be aware that the quality of your internet connection will affect the speed at which the videos in the course load and play. If the videos seem to be playing too slowly or are stalling or not loading, please check the quality of your internet connection. A transcription of the course can be requested by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
- View in full screen. The course is optimized to play in full screen, and most video size issues can be resolved by viewing in full screen. To open the program in a full screen, make sure your pop-up blocker is turned off, click the Complete the Course button from the course home page and size as appropriate.
- Do not use a mobile device. Plan to complete the course on a desktop or laptop, as your progress will not be tracked on a tablet or mobile device.
- Make sure your Internet browser is up-to-date. An out-of-date browser may lead to technical issues.
- Complete the Quiz. Information provided in the quiz will be used to improve the program and future prevention efforts.