After completing this level you will be familiar with virtually every tool and feature that will help you manage a collaborative learning environment online with innovative tools, practices and course structure.
Unit 1: Self and Peer Assessment
Unit 2: Collaborative Learning Live
Unit 3: Adaptive Release and Achievements
Unit 4: Building Blocks…
The Basics a tour through the most essential tools of Blackboard. All you need to manage the online assets of a course, whether you just plan to only have a web presence or teach a fully online asynchronous course.
Unit 1: Getting Started
Unit 2: Getting to Know Your Blackboard Course
Unit 3: Begin Building Your Course
Unit 4: The Discussion…
Taking It Further is about tools and techniques that bring more in-depth management to course assets and greater levels of collaboration, and introduces innovative online streaming media.
Unit 1: Grade Center Part 2
Unit 2: Rubrics
Unit 3: Introduction to Video Streaming
Unit 4: Groups
Unit 5: Evaluation and Notification
Unit 6: Content Collection
by David Dos Santos
One of the most common misconceptions for first time students taking an online course is that it is easier and requires less time. The reality is that the only time saved is the commuting time