What Faculty Can Do to Support Student Success through Blackboard

All semester classes are given a course shell in Blackboard through an automated process that starts with Course Scheduling and INFOnline. At minimum, all faculty are required to upload a syllabus to each course section in Blackboard and make courses available to students. However, we strongly recommend that all faculty use the following instructional strategies […]

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Upcoming Webinars: Video Captioning & YouTube for Higher Ed

  Upcoming Webinars: YouTube for Higher Ed, DIY Captioning Workflows, and HTML5 Over the next month and a half, we will be holding five webinars on video accessibility that will provide you with actionable tips for building accessible video into your institution. You can register using the links below to learn about leveraging Google apps […]

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Microsoft Digital Teacher Certification Webinar

Join us for an introduction to the Teq Microsoft Digital Teacher Certification. Wednesday, June 10, 2015 from 2 – 3 PM CST Take Microsoft 365 to a whole new level with Teq’s Microsoft Digital Teacher Certification! Join us on Wednesday, June 10th, to get an overview of the course, which will cover programs such as Word, Powerpoint, and Excel. Throughout the certification course, […]

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Employee screen- Qwickly module

Introducing Qwickly – A New Tool for Faculty

On the Employee tab in Blackboard, faculty will now find a Qwickly module containing tools to simplify the workflow of common tasks. In just a few mouse clicks, you can manage course availability and send class announcements or emails from one central location. To learn more about this new feature, please see our simple tutorial.

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BITS Webinar Follow-Up: Wikis, Blogs, Forums, and Journals

This is a quick list of how members of the webinar chat are using each tool discussed: “My students often create personal pages within Wikis. I use the first assignment as a template for students to introduce themselves to the class…And, I set guidelines for participation which is very helpful.” “I’ve used a Blog to have students […]

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