All faculty are invited to attend the following workshops to learn how to use Blackboard tools to make instruction more efficient and student learning experiences more effective. No registration is required, simply attend the sessions of your choice.
For questions about workshops, please contact the workshop’s leader directly.
During this one hour information session, faculty will review how to use Blackboard’s inline grading tool called Crocodoc. This tool allows you to grade and annotate documents that students submit as assignments right in the course’s Grade Center!
Newly hired faculty may review the self-paced lessons provided here for a rudimentary orientation to using Blackboard to provide their syllabi and course content to students. Please be advised that the lessons provided here are NOT a substitute for completing the three (3) Blackboard training courses.
At the end of each semester, instructors teaching within Blackboard must perform a series of tasks called the End of the Semester Process. This process is necessary for preserving a full record of an instructor’s Blackboard course content, Grade Center, and student work for future reference. It is the instructor’s responsibility to perform these steps in each course they have taught so that content and grade information can be accessed at a later date!
Faculty are encouraged to attend a one-hour workshop this December to review performing these essential tasks. To reserve your seat in these workshop events, please complete the session’s RSVP form.
Faculty who need an overview of using Blackboard (Bb) to organize course content and communicate with their students are encouraged to attend these free 1 hour workshop sessions at their local campus. No registration is required.