Tag: blackboard

New Features in Blackboard Learn Service Pack 11

Monday, May 6th, 2013

Purdue will upgrade to Blackboard Learn Service Pack 11 during the 2013 Summer Session. With this upgrade to Service Pack 11 will come several notable changes that faculty will see as they use Learn. While the look and feel of Blackboard will not change dramatically, several new features will be introduced to enhance the use […]

Add Headings to Word Documents in Your Blackboard Course

Thursday, March 7th, 2013

Documents you put into Blackboard, and other web pages, must be accessible to people with disabilities. There are simple techniques you can use to improve the accessibility of documents as they are created. This article will show you how to easily add structural headings in Microsoft Word for Windows 2007 and 2010. Why are structural […]

Considerations of Accepting Homework in Blackboard

Friday, January 25th, 2013

If you’re considering accepting homework via Blackboard Learn, this can be a benefit to both you and and your students.  You can reduce the amount of paper that you need to work with by accepting your assignments electronically, and your students can simply submit their homework to you when they’re finished and not have to […]

Taking Care When Setting Up Your Class in Blackboard Learn

Friday, November 16th, 2012

For faculty who are utilizing Blackboard Learn to either supplement an existing face-to-face class or who teach a class entirely online, one aspect that is easy to overlook is the look and feel of the class.  For faculty using Learn, not only should care be taken to determine what content will be made available to […]

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