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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Blackboard Webinar on Student Engagement Tools- Blogs, Wikis, Discussion Boards and Journals

You’re Invited! Blackboard Innovative Teaching Series:  Student Engagement Tools- Blogs, Wikis, Discussion Boards and Journals When: Wednesday, June 18th 12:00 pm CST Where: M201A Downtown Campus Track: Collaboration and Assessing Learners Presenter: Keely McDonough, Blackboard Blackboard Learn offers four communication tools for self-reflection, collaboration and communication.  In this session Blackboard will discuss each tool and share examples. When members of […]

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Exporting Your Campus Pack Content

How do I Export Campus Pack Content? Campus Pack content can be exported as website with a folder of associated attached files. Exported content can include comments or tags that were added by the authors and contributors of the content.  Please see our instructions here for more information or watch the demonstration video below:

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Rethinking Wikis, Blogs, & Podcasts

Rethinking Wikis, Blogs, & Podcasts Due to low utilization of the Campus Pack wikis, blogs, and podcast tool within Blackboard, it has been decided that we can no longer offer this tool to faculty. Campus Pack will be unavailable starting on June 1st, 2014. Alternative Tools for Wikis and Blogs Faculty who used Campus Pack […]

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What is a Flipped Classroom?

In a flipped classroom, the typical order of teaching is reversed. Students review lecture content outside the classroom using technologies, such as lecture capture video or podcasts, and class time is used for active learning activities. To learn more, watch this excellent video from Penn State University.

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