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Blackboard: The Basics

What is Blackboard? Blackboard is a Virtual Learning Environment (VLE). A virtual learning environment is any electronic space where learning can take place or where interactions occur. It is used in a variety of ways to deliver content, online collaboration, delivery and collecting of assignments and online assessments.
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Blackboard: Instructor Guide to Managing Content

Instructor Guide to Managing Content .
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Blackboard: Design Guidelines

Presenting your content in Blackboard The Business eLearning team want to help you improve the look & feel of your modules on Blackboard, here's just a few tips that are easy to implement that can help you get your module looking sharp for the new term! Design Principles Keep pages clean and uncluttered. Use plenty
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Blackboard: What Browser to Use?

Blackboard supports four primary browsers The browser versions listed are those that were available when Blackboard Learn 9.1 Q4 2015 was released in 2015. These are not the only browsers supported on this release. Traditionally Released Browsers The dates listed are the original release dates for general availability. Internet Explorer 9+ from Microsoft (26 October

Blackboard: Module Access

Module Access Module Coordinator's can give access to Blackboard Modules to staff and tutors. As a Module Coordinator, how can I grant a role to someone? 1) Login to Infohub. 2) Go to Students - Module Access Management and Manage My Modules - Who has Access? 2) Click View data access details across from the module that
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Blackboard: Adding an Item

How to Create an Item You can use content items to present a variety of course material. Change Edit Mode to ON. Access a content area, learning module, lesson plan, or folder. On the action bar, point to “Build Content” to access the drop-down list. Select "Item". On the "Create Item" page, type a Name
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Blackboard: Adding Content

Adding Content to a Module You can create many different content types in your course areas. Advance planning of the items to include in course areas can save you time and create a more organised final product. Consider your course goals, objectives, and audience demographics. Review your existing materials to determine what you can use
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Blackboard: Adding Files

How to Add/Upload Single Files or Zipped Packages You can use the file content type to create a simple link to a file in a course area. No description appears with the link. You can choose whether users view it as a page within the course or in a separate browser window. Add a Single
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Blackboard: Add a Weblink

Blackboard: Add a Weblink How to Create a Web Link Create a website link in a course area to provide quick access to a resource on the internet. Copy the URL from your browser and paste it into this page. After you upload a file, you can click Select a Different File to delete the
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Blackboard: Adding Audio

Blackboard - Adding Audio An audio file appears as a player in the module. Blackboard Learn supports the following file types: .aiff, .mp3, .midi, .mp, .wav, .wma. The player has options for play, pause, forward, and rewind. How to Create Audio, Image, and Video Links Change Edit Mode to ON. Access a content area, learning

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