Blackboard Workshops

Introduction to Blackboard:

New to Blackboard? Looking to refresh your skills before the semester starts? Attend this workshop to learn more about how to get started with Blackboard. Upload your syllabus, make your course available, post content, and more!

Personalization in Blackboard:

Attend this workshop to learn how to customize your Blackboard shell! Gone are the days of black and white webpages. Add color, upload a banner and set up your course navigation in this workshop. 

Electronic Exams in Blackboard:

Save hours grading multiple choice tests by importing your questions to Blackboard and allowing them to be graded automatically. All grades will appear in the grade center and analysis reports can be run. In addition, download the grad center to excel to save your records.

Assignments Featuring Safe Assign:

Concerned about plagiarism? Email inbox filling up too fast because of student paper submissions? Attend this workshop to learn how to create assignments on Blackboard that will automatically run SafeAssign Reports.

Blackboard Grade Center:

Attend this workshop to learn how to post grades quickly to your students, and automate the final grade calculation. Set up the column in the beginning of the semester and watch it calculate as you add grades!

Exporting Course Materials:

Prepare for the end of the semester by learning how to close your course by making your course unavailable and exporting all your material for future use!

Revitalize your Blackboard Course:

Always using the Course Copy feature?  Feel like your course needs a cleanup? Attend this workshop to learn how to remove the built-up clutter in your course shell!

 Retention Center and Course Reporting:

Curious if your students are viewing your course materials? Want to monitor their progress? Attend this course to learn how to use the Blackboard Retention Center tool and how to run course reports.

Embedding Videos into Blackboard:

There are several tools that can easily be embedded into Blackboard, allowing your students to stay in one environment when working in your course.