Its been a busy summer and we’d like to say thank you to all of our faculty who have participated in our Canvas workshops thus far. We’ve had 61 faculty participate Canvas 1: Getting Started workshops since they kicked off back in July. On top of this we’ve had 102 faculty enroll in our self-paced […]
Welcome to the second week of the 2015 Fall semester! On behalf of the Teaching and Learning Innovations team, I would like to invite you to our upcoming support workshops for VoiceThread and CI Learn: Introduction to VoiceThread in CI Learn this Friday, September 4th from 10-12p with Michelle Pacansky-Brock Using Grade Center in CI […]
You may or may not have noticed a new panel the last time that you logged into your CI Learn titled Qwickly. If you haven’t noticed it, you’re going to want to, because it’s about to make your experience in CI Learn a lot better. What is it? Qwickly is a new tool that allows […]
An often overlooked feature of CI Learn is the ability to customize the look and feel of your courses, as well as the navigation. By doing these simple tweaks you can make it easier to differentiate your courses, enhance usability for both you and your students, and also give your course it’s own flavor. Here […]
Blackboard has introduced their new iPad grading app called Bb Grader. This convenient tool allows you to do your grading on the go, add comments and markup to assignments, and even pause where you’re at in the grading process then pick right back up where you left off back at your computer. Check out the […]
While the current semester is coming to an end, the new semester’s courses in CI Learn are available and before you know it it’ll be time to get those courses ready for students. Moving forward with successful course design in mind, here are 5 essential elements in a CI Learn course.