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New Blackboard Workshops and Webinars

Posted: 02/14/2014

We are pleased to announce the following workshops and webinars:
Getting Started with Blackboard Collaborate
Uptown at the Howard Tilton Library Room 309/308 
February 18th at 3:30 (309) and March 12th at 1pm (308)

Downtown in the Matas Library at the Medical School
February 19th at 2pm and March 13th at 2pm

Blackboard Collaborate gives you the functionality you need to support synchronous teaching and learning environment, such as two-way audio, multi-point video, interactive whiteboard, application and desktop sharing. This session will cover the initial set up and deployment of your Blackboard Collaborate Room. Register here

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Uptown at Howard Tilton Library Room 309, February 21st at 9am

Downtown at the Matas Library in the Medical School, February 19th at 11am

This session will cover the set up and deployment of your Blackboard course. In this session you will learn how to take Blackboard beyond a document repository. You will Learn how to create and assign readings and assessments in advance; how to set up your gradebook columns and calculations and how to create an interactive digital version of your syllabus that the students can follow throughout the semester. Please register here

Blackboard Innovative Teaching Series (BITS) Kicking Off February 13th!

We are happy to report that the 2014 Blackboard Innovative Teaching Series (BITS) will be kicking off on February 13th! BITS brings together educators to learn from each other and share best practices. As always, all webinars are free and recorded.

Upcoming webinars include:

Writing Objectives and Goals presented by Sandra Bennett, Wilmington University, on February 13th at 11am EST  

How to Engage Students from the Start presented by Miles McGeehan, Bozeman School District, on February 20th at 1pm EST

Revenge of the Vendor-Turned-Instructor and his Collaborative Technologies presented by Matt Wasowski, Blackboard & Holmes Community College, on February 27th at 1pm EST

Authentic Assessment - How Do They Really Know? presented by Dr. Karen Kellison, Lord Fairfax Community College, on March 6th at 1pm EST

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