Blackboard is the online learning management system (LMS) used here at BSU. Blackboard provides a virtual learning space for both web-based courses and face-to-face courses. Blackboard provides many tools and features to help instructors enrich the students' learning experience.
The Teaching and Technology Center (TTC) offers two different levels of Blackboard workshops.
Introduction to Blackboard
Focusing on navigating Blackboard, this workshop will introduce the features you need to get started building a course site, such as adding a syllabus and other types of documents, posting an announcement and emailing the roster.
Workshop Goals: To familiarize faculty with the introductory features of making a Blackboard course site available to students
Requirements: Prior familiarity with Internet web browsers requested please.
Blackboard: Next Steps
Focusing on navigation and using features of Blackboard, this workshop will introduce and build upon functions of a course site, such as adding a syllabus and other types of documents, and posting an announcement, in addition to introducing assessments (tests and pools, and publisher’s content), and assignments (SafeAssign: anti-plagiarism).
Workshop Goals: To familiarize faculty with additional features available in a Blackboard course site, beyond the basic features
Requirements: Prior familiarity with Blackboard requested please.
Send comments and suggestions about Blackboard Training to firstname.lastname@example.org.