Category Archives: Student Behavior

The Blackboard Early Warning System

The switch to Blackboard Learn means a transition for many other tools as well. One of the most popular tools that ties into Blackboard is Course Signals, an early intervention tool which alerts students to their status in a course … Continue reading

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Blackboard Learn Provides Enhanced Group Functions

Group functions within Blackboard Learn now allow for collaboration between students using blogs, file exchange, discussion board, journals, tasks, and Wikis. Students within a group can participate in real-time lessons and problem solving exercises.  Groups may be set up manually, … Continue reading

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Student Redesign: Resources to help Students be Successful

In my previous post, I discussed how there exists a shared responsibility between the University and its students with regard to their success.  In this post, I’d like to share a list of resources to which students can be referred. … Continue reading

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Course redesign? Yes. Student redesign? Definitely.

We can redesign courses and work with faculty to alter pedagogy, but if we fail to teach students how to best succeed in our courses, our redesign efforts may be for naught. Continue reading

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