The following document explores the uses of blogs and journals in an on-line module. It is not meant to be a technical guide, and it focuses more on the pedagogy of using these tools. Whilst not specifically technical, it is
We’ve recently rolled out an update to the My Grades tool in Blackboard, introducing several enhancements for both staff and students. Here’s an overview of the new features: **UPDATE 16 December : Students can now receive emailed receipts for
MOOCS seem to be talked about by everyone these days. Just what is a MOOC? Basically, it stands for Massive Open Online Course. It’s a free course that’s held totally online across the world. Literally anyone can sign up for
I’ve done this before, and I don’t see any reason why not to model good practice again. Jason Rhode has blogged the video below, and I can’t really phrase it any better. Although it is all really common sense, it’s
For the last few days I’ve been in Swansea for the first Blackboard Teaching & Learning Conference, a 3 day event hosted by Swansea University. Focused on innovation and looking forward, the conference had almost 50 presentations from institutions around the world and from Blackboard themselves, in this post I’ll be writing about some of the presentations I saw during the conference.