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What's New in the Faculty Den

Blackboard Training

Friday, July 13, 2012 from 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM

What's New in the Faculty Den

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What's New in the Faculty Den (THIS IS A TEST EVENT...THIS IS ONLY A TEST)

 

This workshop will describe the instructional enhancement to Blackboard 9.1 blah blah blah

Blackboard really listened to the problems that many instructors were having that perhaps even kept you up at night.  Blackboard 9.1,  has enhanced their platform by combining some features to foster student engagement, supporting education efficiency and the new interface provides users with more accessible management of courses.  So what’s new?  We’re glad you asked.

 

 New Features include:

·         Improved accessibility

·         Fewer “clicks”

·         Embedded help

·         More intuitive user interface

·         Additional features

 

Now that you have gotten a taste of what’s new.  Let us also list what’s gone.

 

Say Goodbye to:

·         Digital Drop Box

·         Electric Blackboard

·         Announcement Filter

·         Control Panel

·         The “Welcome” Page

 

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When & Where


Office of Faculty and Professional Development
264 Farrison-Newton Communications Bldg
1801 Fayetteville Street
Durham, NC 27707

Friday, July 13, 2012 from 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM


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Blackboard Training

The Faculty Development Den and Blackboard Office is your source for Blackboard Learn and instructional technology.  Blackboard training workshops are completely optional for faculty to attend, but attendance is strongly encouraged to make the best use of the tools available in Blackboard.

Blackboard is the essential tool for conducting technology-enhanced teaching at North Carolina Central University. It is used to organize and present teaching and learning materials, conduct class communications, interact with students, carry out assessments, deliver assignments and perform grade book and other record-keeping functions.

We provide comprehensive faculty training in the use, design, and development of courses. Please view the schedule below and register for a session that coordinates with your schedule. 

Please view our list of campus-wide trainings for Fall 2013 below.  To register, simply click "Attend" beside the workshop(s) that most interest you and enter the promotional code you received via your ITS Communications email.  


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