1 Getting Started With Blackboard Learn Blackboard Inc Getting Started
2 Table of Contents 1.0 Workshop Overview UT Arlington Procedures... 5 Course Shells... 6 Course Management Getting Started in Blackboard... 8 Logging In... 9 Exploring the My Blackboard Tab...10 NEW! Exploring the Global Navigation Menu...11 Exploring the Resources Tab...12 Exploring the My Files Tab...13 Accessing My Files...14 Uploading My Files...15 The Course Environment...17 The Course Menu Developing Your Course Menu Planning the Course Menu Links...21 About Edit Mode...22 Managing Your Course Menu...23 Add Tools to Your Course Menu...24 Adding Content Areas to the Course Menu...25 Organizing and Editing the Course Menu...26 Exploring Content Areas...28 Editing the Items in a Content Area...34 The Control Panel Make Your Course Available... 37
3 10.0 Workshop Wrap Up Blackboard Inc Getting Started
4 1.0 Workshop Overview In this section, we will look at the key concepts covered in this hands-on manual. You will be introduced to the teaching and learning features of Blackboard Learn. We will begin by briefly covering the UT Arlington procedures for course management in Blackboard. From the instructor perspective, you will then follow a scenario-based approach representing the tasks you will complete to set up your course. You will begin by logging into Blackboard and exploring the Blackboard environment. You will then navigate through the Course Environment including the Course Menu, which is the students access point to tools and content. Next, you will learn how to customize your course style and course menu. Finally, you will learn to upload course materials such as your syllabus, lecture slides, etc Blackboard Inc Getting Started
5 2.0 UT Arlington Procedures Learning Outcomes After completing this section, you will be able to: Explain the procedures for obtaining a course shell Explain the process for requesting a Course Merge Explain the procedure for making a course available
6 Course Shells Blackboard course shells for all UT Arlington credit courses will be automatically created for all sections that are officially listed in the MyMav Schedule of Classes one semester prior to being offered. In addition, instructor assignments and student uploads will be automated based on faculty assignments and student enrollments listed in the MyMav Schedule of Classes. Please communicate to your appropriate departmental administrator that faculty and TA access to Blackboard course sections is dependent upon section listings and faculty/ta assignments made by the department in MyMav. For new employees, HR assignments in DEFINE and NetID requests to OIT must be in place before MyMav assignments will take effect. Course access is dependent upon execution of the following: 1. Departmental section listings to Registrar 2. Departmental assignment of instructor of record in MyMav (*after sections created by Registrar) 3. Departmental assignment of employee in DEFINE (new employees only, then return to 2 above) 4. Departmental request of NETID through OIT (new employees only) When can faculty assignments be made? After your course section is listed in MyMav, your department administrator needs to follow steps 1-2 above (3-4 for new employees) for your official section to appear when you log in to Blackboard. Please allow 24 hours after your assignment is made in MyMav. Important information for teaching assistants: if you have both a faculty NetID and a student NetID, you may need to update your primary account through OIT. Only one NetID will be passed into Blackboard. Usually this will be the student NetID. If you woud like to use your faculty NetID in Blackboard, please contact the Help Desk and request to designate your faculty NetID as the primary account in CEDAR. Drop/Adds Drops and adds will be reflected in your Blackboard course sections based upon transactions that take place in MyMav up to Census date. Students no longer on the MyMav course roster will disappear from your Blackboard course Blackboard Inc Getting Started
7 Course Management All course sections will have an automatically-created, empty course shell. This is your "official course shell." The course shell will be available during the semester prior to when it is being taught (e.g. Fall course shells are created on census date of preceding summer) provided you have been assigned to that section in MyMav, *as mentioned above. Because every course section will automatically have a course shell, you may wish to combine sections. Additionally, it will now be your responsibility to make your course available to students. Combining Multiple Sections and Cross-listed Courses If you wish to combine multiple sections into one section for easy access to all students, please request a Section Merge. List all sections you are teaching. Sections will be merged into the first section listed in MyMav. For example, if you are teaching BIOL , 002, and 003, the 002 and 003 sections will be merged into the 001 section. If you are teaching a cross-listed course, you will need to merge the sections. Crosslisted courses will not be automatically merged. Please for all course merge requests. Student Access to Courses It is the primary responsibility of the instructor of records to make a course available to students through the availability setting in Blackboard. Your students are enrolled in the course automatically through MyMav once they have registered and paid, but will not see their course until the course has been made available. The earliest students will gain access to courses is two weeks prior to the first class day. You will need to set the course to Available when you are ready for students to access. We will discuss the process of making a course available at the end of this document Blackboard Inc Getting Started
8 3.0 Getting Started in Blackboard In this section, you will explore Blackboard as an instructor. Learning Outcomes After completing this section, you will be able to: Log in to Blackboard Learn Explain the information available on the My Blackboard tab, the Resources tab and the My Files tab Access content and tools from the Course Menu and Tools link Describe what a Content Area is and navigate content Explain the difference between Content Pages and Tool Links Use breadcrumbs to navigate the course 2010 Blackboard Inc Getting Started
9 Logging In The first step in using Blackboard Learn is to log in. Go to elearn.uta.edu and enter your NetID and password. NOTE: If you hit Enter after typing your password, your encrypted password may disappear. Please wait a few seconds and Blackboard will load. Figure 3.1 QUICK STEPS: logging in 1. In your browser, type or paste the elearn.uta.edu. 2. Type your NetID and Password. 3. Click Login. After logging in, you will see the following tabs: My Blackboard, Faculty/Staff, Students, Library, My Files, and the Global Navigation menu. Figure Blackboard Inc Getting Started
10 Exploring the My Blackboard Tab First, we will explore the contents of the My Blackboard tab. It contains the Course List module which lists all the courses in which you have access. Figure 3.3 The My Blackboard tab contains Modules which collect information from all the courses you are enrolled in, giving you a total picture of news and activity for your courses. The following modules can be found on the My Blackboard tab: Course List displays all the courses that you have been assigned to in MyMav My Organizations displays all the organizations that you have been enrolled in System Notifications displays system-wide upgrades and outages Announcements displays notifications specifically for faculty and staff All Announcements displays announcements for your assigned courses Blackboard IM displays a link to allow you to download BB IM My Calendar displays calendar dates for courses that you have created Alerts displays due dates as well as early warning system and alerts Needs Attention displays items that need grading such as Assignments or Tests
11 NEW! Exploring the Global Navigation Menu The Global Navigation Menu provides one-click access to the new My Blackboard tools, such as new discussion posts, announcements, recently added content, and more. Students will also have quick access to new grades within the Global Navigation Menu Blackboard Inc Getting Started
12 Exploring the Resources Tab Within the Faculty/Staff and Students tabs, you will find Development Opportunities and the On Demand Help and Learning Catalog. Development Opportunities contains UT Arlington resources. The On Demand Help and Learning Catalog links you to Blackboard s Learning Center in which you can access tutorial videos and other resources. Figure Blackboard Inc Getting Started
13 Exploring the My Files Tab The My Files tab houses all of your uploaded content. There are three types of content within Blackboard. 1. My Files: Content uploaded to My Files can be accessible from all your courses and can be uploaded to specific areas of your courses. Unlike course content, My Files will not be archived. It will stay with you for the life of your Blackboard use. 2. Course Files: Contains content that you upload within a specific course. Note: When your course is archived, corresponding Course Files will be archived as well. 3. Organizational Files: Contains content that you upload within a specific organization. 4. Institutional Files: Contains items specific to a particular department similar to a departmental common drive or shared drive. Figure Blackboard Inc Getting Started
14 Accessing My Files QUICK STEPS: accessing My Files 1. On the menu, click the double arrows to expand My Files. 2. Click the plus sign next to users to expand your content folders. You will see your NetID which will contain all the content you upload. 3. Your uploaded content will display in the right window Figure Blackboard Inc Getting Started
15 Uploading My Files QUICK STEPS: uploading to My Files 1. On the Upload tab, point the double arrows. On the drop-down menu, click Upload Files The first time you launch MyFiles you may be asked to run Java. It is always recommended that you do so. If you see this message, click Run Blackboard Inc Getting Started
16 3. You can either Browse for your file or open Windows Explorer and drag and drop the files into the box When you are ready to upload, click Submit. Figure 3.7 Note: Instructors also have the ability to create folders or build content as well as Bookmark Items, Items, Download Packages, Copy, Move or Delete Blackboard Inc Getting Started
17 The Course Environment You access a course by clicking its title under Courses in the My Blackboard tab. Figure 3.8 Courses will vary in design depending on the instructor, but there are some common features. A B C Figure 3.9 Take Note A. Page header identical to the page header you saw upon logging in, including the My Blackboard, Faculty/Staff, Student, Library and My Files tabs. B. Course Menu the access point for all course content. Instructors add and delete links here. C. Content frame displays the tool or Content Area that is selected in the Course Menu. By default, when you enter a course, the Announcements page appears. Instructors are able to change the first page that is seen which is called the course entry point or landing point Blackboard Inc Getting Started
18 The Course Menu Figure 3.10 Take Note Access all course content from the Course Menu. Although your course menu will default with the above items, it can contain links to the following: A. Content Areas top level containers that organize and store course content, such as lecture notes, assignments, and tests. In the preceding image, the Course Materials Content Area may contain items such as course handouts. B. Individual tools links to tools students will need often, such as the Discussion Boards, UTA and Blogs. C. External links Web sites used for an assignment. D. Course links direct links to content also available in a Content Area that you do not want students to miss. NOTE: Students will not see hidden links nor empty content area links within the Course Menu. A hidden link title appears with a square with a diagonal line through it (see ClassRev Recordings above). The empty squares indicate there is no content within the link (see Syllabus above) Getting Started
19 Student Experience: The Course Menu Breadcrumbs As you view the items and links presented in a Content Area, use the breadcrumbs to navigate to previous pages. In the following example, click the title of the course in the breadcrumbs to return to the course entry point, which is set by the instructor. In this course, it is Announcements. Figure 3.12 Course-to-Course Navigation Use the course-to-course navigation tool to quickly jump from one course to another in which you are enrolled. In the top section of the drop-down menu, you will find courses in which you recently visited. In the bottom section of the drop-down menu, you will find the remaining courses in which you are enrolled. Figure Blackboard Inc Getting Started
20 4.0 Developing Your Course Menu In this section, you will explore the process of planning, adding, and organizing links on the Course Menu. You will gain hands-on experience creating a Course Menu suitable for your course. Finally, you will develop and edit a Content Area and edit your Course Menu. Learning Outcomes After completing this section, you will be able to: Explain the difference between the instructor and student views of the course Explain the steps for developing a Course Menu Add links to tools and Content Areas on the Course Menu Create a Content Area and add items and tools to it Edit and order links on the Course Menu 2010 Blackboard Inc Getting Started
21 Creating Your Course Menu: Planning the Course Menu Links Planning the Course Menu Links Before adding links to the Course Menu, take a step back and look at your course material, learning objectives, and activities. A good initial strategy is to keep the Course Menu as simple as possible. The following table suggests possible starting points for determining what to add to the Course Menu. If you want to provide One-click access to regularly used tools, such as the Discussion Board, Blogs, or Calendar Add Tool Link to the specific tool Lecture notes or other reading material One or more Content Areas to organize the material A link to a regularly used Web site External Link An important file, such as a checklist, map, or image to which students need regular and easy access Blank Page Note the difference between a Tool and a Content Area. A tool allows you to complete a specific function whereas a Content Area is a single page that can house content, tools links, course links, etc Blackboard Inc Getting Started
22 Creating Your Course Menu: About Edit Mode About Edit Mode As the Course Menu is created, you will work in Edit Mode. Edit Mode allows you to view all the instructor functions. NOTE: In this workshop, the phrase in Edit Mode refers to Edit Mode being ON, showing all the instructor s functions. B A B A Figure 4.1 Take Note A. Click Edit Mode to change from ON to OFF. When Edit Mode is ON, all instructor functions are available. When Edit Mode is OFF, you see what students see. B. When Edit Mode is ON, you will be able to add, delete, and edit items your course as indicated by the chevron, menu buttons. When Edit Mode is OFF, you will not be able to make any change. This is a good indicator of what a student will see in your course at that given time Blackboard Inc Getting Started
23 Creating Your Course Menu: Managing Your Course Menu Managing Your Course Menu By default, your course shell will contain certain default links. You have the ability to customize your Course Menu to suite your specific course needs. You can add, delete, hide, and rename links. A B Figure 4.2 QUICK STEPS: Managing the Course Menu A. In Edit Mode, point to the plus sign above the Course Menu. The Add Menu Item drop-down list appears. B. Select the double-arrows to rename, hide, or delete a link Blackboard Inc Getting Started
24 Add Tools to Your Course Menu Links to frequently used tools can be added to the Course Menu. Consider the course content and the needs of the students when adding tools Figure 4.3 QUICK STEPS: adding tools to the Course Menu 1. In Edit Mode, point to the plus sign above the Course Menu. The Add Menu Item drop-down list appears. 2. Select Create Tool Link. 3. Type a Name for the link. 4. From the Type drop-down list, select the tool to add. 5. Select the Available to Users check box. 6. Click Submit Blackboard Inc Getting Started
25 Adding Content Areas to the Course Menu Typically, courses contain multiple Content Areas. Content Areas are containers for several pieces of content, such as the syllabus, lecture notes, assignments, tests, tools, links to Web sites, and other materials. You can delete or edit the default Content Areas and create new Content Areas. Once the method of organization is decided, you are ready to add the Content Areas. A Content Area starts as an empty container. Course materials and tools will be added in the next step. QUICK STEPS: adding a Content Area 1. In Edit Mode, point to the plus sign above the Course Menu. The Add Menu Item drop-down list appears. 2. Select Create Content Area. 3. Type a Name for the new Content Area. 4. Select the Available to Users check box. 5. Click Submit Figure 4.5 TIP: Content Areas can be created and made unavailable to users until needed Getting Started
26 Organizing and Editing the Course Menu You can organize the Course Menu links to make them easier for students to use. Order the links using the drag-and-drop function or the Keyboard Accessible Reordering tool. Rename a link and change its availability. Add subheaders and dividers. Reorder and Make Links Unavailable B A C Figure 4.14 Take Note A. Use the drag-and-drop function to reorder links on the Course Menu. B. Alternatively, use the Keyboard Accessible Reordering tool to reorder the links. C. Click a link s Action Link and select Hide Link to make a link unavailable to students Blackboard Inc Getting Started
27 Creating Your Course Menu: Organizing and Editing the Course Menu Rename Links QUICK STEPS: renaming a link 1. In Edit Mode, click the item s Action Link to access the contextual menu. 2. Select Rename Link. 3. Type a new name. 4. Click the green check mark to Save or the red X to Cancel. The new name appears on the Course Menu Blackboard Inc Getting Started
28 Creating Your Course Menu: Exploring Content Areas Exploring Content Areas You have added Content Areas to the Course Menu. The next step is to add course materials and tools. The following list includes some of the items that can be added to Content Areas: Items or Files, which can contain text, audio, movies, files, and images Individual tool links, Course Links, and URLs Individual audio, image, and video links Folders, Learning Modules, and Lesson Plans Assignments, tests, and surveys Mashups Blank Pages Textbook information NOTE: A Mashup can be defined as combining elements from two or more sources. When you view a YouTube video in a Blackboard Learn course as part of the course content, you are experiencing a Mashup. Mashups can also include Flickr photos and SlideShare presentations Blackboard Inc Getting Started
29 Creating Your Course Menu: Exploring Content Areas Figure 4.6 On the Action Bar, use the Build Content, Create Assessment, Add Interactive Tool, and Assign Textbook options to add materials to Content Areas. The following table summarizes some of the materials that can be added using each option on the Action Bar in a Content Area. Content Area additions Item, file, or folder Click Build Content Audio, Image, Video, URL Learning Module, Lesson Plan, Syllabus, Course Link Content Folder, Module Page, Blank Page Mashups Test Create Assessment Survey Assignment Self and Peer Assessment SafeAssignment Discussion Board Add Interactive Tool Blogs Journals Wikis Groups Collaborate Sessions Textbook information for your course Assign Textbook 2010 Blackboard Inc Getting Started
30 Creating Your Course Menu: Exploring Content Areas Uploading Materials to your Course The Item tool or File tool within a Content Area can be used for uploading files. An Item or File can contain text, audio, movies, files, images, and Mashups. An Item will allow you to add text such as instructions or additional information about the content. If text is added, it can be formatted using the Text Editor functions. The File tool will not allow you to add text. QUICK STEPS: adding materials to Content Areas using the Item tool 1. In Edit Mode, access a Content Area from the Course Menu. 2. On the Action Bar, point to Build Content to access the drop-down list. 3. Select Item from the Create column. 4. On the Create Item page, type the item s Name and select a color for the name, if you want. Add optional instructions or a description in the Text box. Format the text using the Text Editor functions, if you want. 5. To add a file, click Browse My Computer or Browse My Files to locate the file. Add a Link Title for the attached file; otherwise the file name appears in the Content Area. Alternatively, you can use the Attach File function in the Text Editor. 6. Under Options, select Yes for Permit Users to View this Content to make the item available to students. Select other options as needed. 7. Click Submit. 8. NOTE: Under Attachments, the Browse My Files function takes you to My Files. Instructors can upload files to My Files and link to them within the course. Any file uploaded from your local computer using the Browse My Computer function is automatically added to Course Content which is content for that specific course, not for other courses taught by the instructor. This repository is not seen by students, but is available to instructors when adding content or by accessing My Files in the Control Panel Blackboard Inc Getting Started
31 Creating Your Course Menu: Exploring Content Areas Figure 4.7 NOTE: In the Build Content drop-down list, additional content types are listed. Notice that Files, Audio, Image, Video, URL, and Mashups are listed, but can also be added using the Text Editor functions when adding a content item. The student view may be different depending on the method used, so experiment to determine which method meets your needs Blackboard Inc Getting Started
32 Creating Your Course Menu: Exploring Content Areas Figure 4.8 Adding Tools to Content Areas You learned earlier how to add tools directly to the Course Menu. A tool can also be added to a Content Area for students to use in conjunction with the content contained there. For example, if students will be creating Blog entries related to the content, add the Blogs tool. QUICK STEPS: adding tools to Content Areas 1. In Edit Mode, access the Content Area. 2. On the Action Bar, point to Tools to access the drop-down list. 3. Select Blog from the drop-down menu. 4. On the Create Link page, you will have the option to link to the Blogs page which lists all Blogs, a specific blog that has already been created, or create a new blog. For the purposes of this training, we will link to the blog page. Click the Next button. 5. Edit the link name if needed. 6. In the Text box, type the text to appear under the link name in the Content Area. Format the text using the Text Editor functions. (optional) 7. Under Options, select Yes for Available to make the tool available to students. Select other options as needed. 8. Set any date restrictions by clicking the checkboxes and entering a date and time. 9. Click Submit Blackboard Inc Getting Started
33 Creating Your Course Menu: Exploring Content Areas Figure Blackboard Inc Getting Started
34 Editing the Items in a Content Area After items are added to a Content Area, you can edit the following: The item s name The item s availability The order of the items QUICK STEPS: editing an item in a Content Area 1. In Edit Mode, in the Content Area, click the item s Action Link to access the contextual menu. 2. Select Edit. 3. Edit the item s Name or availability. If a content item has been added, edit the actual content, if you want. Make an item unavailable if content is still being developed, needs updating, or if the item is not yet needed by students. 1 2 Figure Blackboard Inc Getting Started
35 Change the Order of Items Add content items to a Content Area in any order and reorder using the drag-anddrop function. Each item has a move icon a double-tipped arrow or handle. QUICK STEPS: changing the order of items in a Content Area 1. In Edit Mode, hover your pointer over the arrows next to the item until you see the quad arrow. The item is highlighted. 2. Drag the item into the new location in the Content Area. The item is surrounded by dashes as it is being moved into its new spot. 3. Release the item to place it in its new location. 3 1 Figure Blackboard Inc Getting Started
36 The Control Panel The Control Panel is the central access point for course management functions and is not visible to students. The Control Panel is located under the Course Menu. You will access the Grade Center using the options on the Control Panel. A B Figure 8.1 Take Note A. Expand each of the items on the Control Panel by clicking the double arrows pointing downward. The menu appears directly below the subheading. Select the option. B. Alternatively, expand an item into the content frame by clicking the double arrows pointing right. Select an option such as Grade Center Blackboard Inc Getting Started
37 9.0 Make Your Course Available The final step in course creation is to make your course available to students. As we discussed at the beginning of this document, it is the instructor s responsibility to make your course available to students. Remember, this should be done one week prior to the course start date. We will go through the steps to make your course available to students. When a course is made available, students will see the course listed in Courses within the My Blackboard tab. They will be able to open the course and see any items you have made available to them. QUICK STEPS: making your course available to students 1. In the Control Panel, click to expand Customization. 2. Click Properties. 3. Select the Yes radio button to the right of Make Course Available. 4. Click Submit. 4 2 Figure Blackboard Inc Getting Started
38 10.0 Workshop Wrap Up The Workshop Wrap Up provides the opportunity to reflect on what has been learned by focusing your attention on the key concepts presented in the workshop. In this workshop, you learned how to do the following: Log in to Blackboard Learn and explain the information available on the My Blackboard tab, Resources tab, and My Files Add content to My Files Navigate the Course Environment Add and access content and tools from the Course Menu and Tools link Explain the steps for planning, creating, customizing, and editing the Course Menu Create Content Areas and add course materials and tools Make your Course available to students 2010 Blackboard Inc Getting Started
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U of S Course Tools List of Tools Available (Definitions) For Instructors August, 2012 Background: Tool availability allows the instructor to control what tools can be used and by which users. Tools are
Blackboard Learn 9.1 SP 13 There s More To Learn New Features and the Basics Blackboard 9.1 Basics Contents Logging In 5 Getting Started 5 Course Creation 5 Course Enrollment 5 Accessing Courses 5 Modifying
NJCU WEBSITE TRAINING MANUAL Submit Support Requests to: http://web.njcu.edu/its/websupport/ (Login with your GothicNet Username and Password.) Table of Contents NJCU WEBSITE TRAINING: Content Contributors...
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HOME PAGE Here s how to navigate the Films On Demand home page you first see when you log in. SEE AND EDIT YOUR CUSTOMIZED PLAYLISTS CREATE YOUR PERSONAL LOGIN TO ACCESS CUSTOM FEATURES ORGANIZE VIDEOS
D2L: An introduction to CONTENT University of Wisconsin-Parkside FOR FACULTY: What is CONTENT? The Content and Course Builder tools both allow you to organize materials in D2L. Content lets you and your
Table of Contents for Blackboard Username Information & Password... 2 Updating Your Email Address... 2 Browser Test for Blackboard & Related Plug-ins... 2 Navigating Blackboard... 2 Viewing My Grades...
Creating Online Surveys with Qualtrics Survey Tool Copyright 2015, Faculty and Staff Training, West Chester University. A member of the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education. No portion of this
City Tech Instructional Technology & Media Services Blackboard Tutorial for Students How to find your courses After you log-in to Blackboard by visiting CUNY website at http://www.cuny.edu=>portal Login/Blackboard/eSIMS=>Blackboard
Blackboard Learning System: Student Instructional Guide This manual was prepared to assist students in the understanding, orientation, and usage of the Blackboard Learning System online course management
What is changed in Blackboard after the implementation of the new release (August 2014)? Contents 1. New and improved functionalities... 1 Calendar [target group: all users]... 1 My Grades [target group:
Ingeniux 8 CMS Web Management System ICIT Technology Training and Advancement (firstname.lastname@example.org) Updated on 10/17/2014 Table of Contents About... 4 Who Can Use It... 4 Log into Ingeniux... 4 Using Ingeniux
BLACKBOARD BASICS for ONLINE CLASSES & Classes with Online Components Full up-to-date information can be found online beginning at: http://www.saddleback.edu/de/ Video instructions for Blackboard are online
NDSU Technology Learning & Media Center QBB 150C 231-5130 www.ndsu.edu/its/tlmc Introduction to Google Sites Get Help at the TLMC 1. Get help with class projects on a walk-in basis; student learning assistants
Managing your online courses is now easier than ever! Instructor s QuickGuide: LexisNexis Web Courses What s New? The updated features in LexisNexis Web Courses help make the most of your most valuable
Blackboard Basics Instructions for Setting Blackboard Password on VIP Login to VIP (http://vip.sc.edu) (Forget your PIN? Students should contact the Registrar's Office; faculty/staff should contact your
Student guide to creating and sharing a webfolio This guide includes: An introduction to webfolios Reasons why you might choose to develop a webfolio Instructions on how to create, edit and add content
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MathXL Getting Started Guide for Instructors Copyright Notice Copyright 2013 by Pearson Education. All rights reserved. No part of the contents of this book may be reproduced or transmitted in any form
RSCCD REMOTE PORTAL The RSCCD Remote Portal allows employees to access their RSCCD Email (via Outlook Web Access), Department (Public) Folders, Personal (H Drive) Folder, and the District Intranet from
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Create your own teacher or class website using Google Sites To create a site in Google Sites, you must first login to your school Google Apps account. 1. In the top-right corner of any apps, you can click
2011-2012 CARSON- NEWMAN COLLEGE CN-ONLINE LEARNING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM STUDENT MANUAL Table of Contents Introduction... 1 Getting Started... 1 Accessing and Logging In to C-N Online... 2 Access... 2 Log
STUDENT GUIDE SharePoint 401: Web Forms Course Plan Module 1: An Introduction to SharePoint web forms at CU Denver Learning Objectives Understand the function and customization of web forms at CU Denver
Blackboard Collaborate Classroom in Desire2Learn Presenters Copyright 2014 Information Technology Services Kennesaw State University This document may be downloaded, printed, or copied, for educational
Triggers & Actions 10 CHAPTER Introduction Triggers and actions are the building blocks that you can use to create interactivity and custom features. Once you understand how these building blocks work,
1 Blackboard: Campus Pack Blog Sites for Instructors TLT Instructional Technology Support (631) 632-2777 Stony Brook University email@example.com http://it.stonybrook.edu/ In this document, you
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Using VoiceThread in Your Online Course (Faculty) Step 1: Create a Link for Yourself to Voicethread (1X per course) 1. Navigate to the MyGateway course where you wish to add VoiceThread. You will first
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