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.
“BLENDED LEARNING: TIPS, TRICKS & BEST PRACTICES FOR YOUR CLASSROOM “
A FREE ONLINE CONFERENCE FOR EDUCATORS SPONSORED BY: SOFTCHALK
Wednesday, March 25th From 12pm- 3:30pm CST
Simplek12 Lead Moderator
With Featured Presenter
Using Virtual Field Trips in Your Flipped or Blended Classroom
12:00-12:3 PM CST Getting Started with Blended Learning
1:00-1:30 PM CST Design a Student-Centered Flipped Lesson That Encourages Exploration and Inquiry
2:00-2:30 PM CST How to Create Your Own Digital Content and Grow your Online Programs
3:00-3:30 PM CST
WARNING: Space is limited for the online conference, and registration always fill up quickly so be sure to sign up now to claim your spot on the registration list. Once you claim your spot, share with a friend. The Conference has 4 sessions, but come and go as you please.
Are you looking to personalize learning in the classroom to address the diverse needs of all your students? This free event is for you!
Join and learn from experienced educators the ins and outs of managing and thriving in your Personalized Classroom. Whether you are currently using techniques to personalize learning, or hope to in the future, this free event is a must-attend.
Creating your Blackboard Course: 3 Step Approach Webinar
Webinar Description: Setting up a quality course in Blackboard Learn is as easy as 1, 2, 3! In this webinar, we will discuss simple ways in which faculty can easily transform their empty Blackboard shells into a student-centered environment. This process involves identifying your course tools, organizing the course menu, and standardizing your learning module format.
Jessica Rosazza Williams, Distance Learning Specialist/Course Designer and Part-time Faculty, Central New Mexico Community College
Web Conferencing using Blackboard Collaborate
4/07/2014 12:00:00 PM (Central Time (US & Canada))
Previous Spring 2013 Blackboard course shells will be removed from Blackboard starting Feb. 28th, 2014 at 8:00 AM!
If you have not already done so, please remember to archive your courses from the Spring of 2013 and save a copy of your Grade Center before these files are permanently removed from Blackboard. Doing so will provide you with a copy of your course materials and grade center information which you can save offline for future reference.
This only impacts courses taught in the Spring of 2013. Personal Masters, Department Masters, and organizations will not be removed.
** PLEASE NOTE! **
Due to the changes in username formats, servers, and service packs that have happened since June 2013, requests for course archives may be time-consuming and restorations may be unsuccessful. Downloading an archive of your courses and grade centers NOW ensures that you will have easy access to them LATER.