Blackboard Learn Training and Workshops
ITaP Teaching and Learning Technologies offers several workshops on Blackboard Learn ranging from information on basic use of Learn, to more detailed training session on collaboration tools, the Grade Center, and more. Please select one of the links below to review our quick reference guides and videos that correspond not only with our existing training sessions, but also additional training resources on topics not covered in one of our standard sessions.
Blackboard Learn Essentials
Essentials provides instruction to new users of Blackboard Learn on a number of basic topics, including course navigation, adding content, creating assignments and assessments, and using learning modules within content areas.
Blackboard Learn Grade Center
This set of documents and videos provides help and instruction on using the Grade Center. Topics include creating new columns, using Smart Views, entering/editing grades, downloading and uploading grades, creating feedback, and overriding grades.
Blackboard Learn Assignments and Assessments
This workshop provides more detailed instruction on setting up assessments and assignments in Blackboard Learn. Activities include quiz creation and options, using multiple question types, creating assignments, grading assignments, setting up SafeAssignments, and Inline Grading.
Blackboard Learn Collaborative Tools
Collaborative Tools provides training on the following collaboration tools that can be found in Blackboard Learn: Groups, Discussion Boards, Blogs, Wikis, and Jounals.
Blackboard Learn - Archiving Information
These documents and videos provide training on various topics that allow the backup of content from Blackboard Learn. This can include exporting course content, downloading the Grade Center, and saving submitted assignments.
Blackboard Learn Special Topics
There are a number of special topics with Blackboard Learn that are occasionally covered as stand-alone events, as part of user group meetings, or special demonstration events. These topics include adaptive release, moving course content from a master course to a course shell, and more.