Are you interested in saving time preparing your courses for a new term? Do you find yourself continuously uploading documents to Blackboard because you need to change a date or fix an error? Would you like to get more time in your life? If so, continue reading. Continue reading
They say “a picture is worth a thousand words,” but did you also know that it can increase engagement in your classroom. By adding a picture to your Blackboard and having your learners do the same, you can increase engagement in threaded discussions, blog assignments, and other like assignments. In this quest, you are to simply update your profile picture in Blackboard.
It seems there was more to the instructions than I initially provided. The quest was harder and more confusing than intended. So, I have added a new set of instructions.
This quest is open from 1-14 August.
If you are a faculty member who has taught for more than one term, you’re going to start noticing that your course list under Blackboard’s My Courses is starting to grow. After a while, this can be unwieldy and difficult to find your courses. Let me show you how you can control this. Continue reading
This was a wonderfully informative presentation by the team from Buffalo State College. Buffalo State College has developed common learning objectives that can be used across a discipline, e.g., the arts (art, dancing, etc). From those learning objectives, they built a Blackboard template that can be used as a starting point for course development. Continue reading
Presenters Andrea Gilbert and William Drumright from Monrose Community College explained how they redesigned their course rubrics to better align with student outcomes as well as capture measurable data. This was all done in Blackboard. Continue reading