1 Blackboard Communication Tools Donna M. Dickinson E-Learning Center Borough of Manhattan Community College
2 Workshop Overview from Communication Area and directly from the Grade Center Using Blackboard discussion boards Reformat discussion board threads for reading, printing and searching Assign students to groups Create group and class writing assignments with wikis
3 Workshop Overview Use blogs for personal journals or group projects Communicate asynchronously with the Virtual Classroom and Lightweight Chat Check attendance through the Performance Dashboard Use the Early Warning System to communicate student progress
4 Communication Tools Asynchronous Communication Class interaction and learning take place in different time frames Blackboard Tools: , Discussion Boards, Blogs and Wikis Synchronous Communication Class interaction and learning take place in real time Blackboard Tools: Virtual Classroom and Lightweight Chat
5 Blackboard Students access from Communication area Permits class participants to each other Uses CUNY addresses only
6 Blackboard Update tool is available on Blackboard homepage where courses are listed Instructor accesses from the Control Panel Instructor has ability to send s to individual students directly from the Grade Center
7 from Grade Center Action Bar is a new feature in Blackboard 8 s can be sent directly from Grade Center
8 Discussion Board Applications Provides forum for a free exchange of ideas Facilitates student/teacher interactivity Activates student learning Encourages students to work together Promotes equitable communication patterns
9 Creating Discussions: Creating Forums When creating forums, choose settings to reflect your pedagogical goals for the discussion. For example, your goal might be to create: effective social forums forums where members control the discussion forums where you have control
10 Sample Forum Ideas Introductions A place where participants can get to know each other. Questions about the Course A place where students can ask questions and get answers from other students and the instructor Technology Tips A place where participants can assist each other in using Blackboard and with technology in general. Cyber Café A place to discuss topics of general interest.
11 Sample Forum Ideas
12 Sample Forum Ideas
13 Discussion Boards The main Discussion Board page contains: Energy & War World Politics Forum Global Warming Main post one or more forums Thread Post a Post 1 forums, which contain Post b Post c Post 2 Post 3 Reply posts threads threads, which contain posts
14 Discussion Boards A main forum is automatically created for each course You can then create additional forums and threads When you create a forum, you decide what the settings should be, e.g. graded or ungraded
15 Forum Settings
16 New Discussion Board Tools Enhanced workflow Faster navigation Better collection views Forum level subscription Reply with quote Tagging Mark messages read or unread
17 Reading Unread Posts Clicking on the number of unread posts will show you ONLY those posts you have not viewed before. However, in this view, the post will not be marked as read UNLESS you click the Mark as Read button
18 Thread View default Use these buttons to control the thread panel Move the thread panel below the post. Hide /show the panel Minimize/maximize the panel Move from thread to thread Move from post to post
19 Collecting Posts Collecting posts can facilitate sorting and printing. To collect posts, first check off which threads to collect, or choose Select All and Go. Then click the Collect button.
20 Managing Collected Posts Once the posts are collected, most people sort them by threads, in ascending (date/time) order. To view the posts by a particular author, use the Author filter To view only unread posts, use the Status filter To mark posts as read, either click on the Mark as Read button on each post, or select some or all threads, and choose Mark Read
21 Copy Discussion Boards You can copy a forum to another part of the same course, or to a different course.
22 Locking a forum Lock a forum by selecting all the threads, and then changing the status to Locked. You may also want to change the forum so that students are not allowed to add new threads.
23 Search Click on the search button. Put in your search text. Choose to search inside current thread, current forum, or all forums in the course. Limit by date
24 Rating Posts 1-5 stars When you create/modify a forum, you can enable post rating. Readers can then give a post 1-5 stars
25 Subscribing to Posts When you create/modify a forum, you can enable post subscriptions. Readers can then choose to subscribe, which sends an whenever a new post is added to that thread/forum.
26 Post tagging (labeling) When you create/modify a forum, you can enable tagging. Collected posts can then be tagged with labels that can be later used for filtering and searching.
27 Online Discussion Tips Give each forum a clear title. Post an announcement that discussion has begun. Make online discussion an integral part of your course. Introduce and train students to use the discussion board.
28 Online Discussion Tips Provide different types of discussion areas. Offer clear guidelines on participation and on the rules to be followed. Model the type of discussion you hope to see. Solicit topics for discussion. Have someone offer a summary.
29 Manage Groups Feature Build study or project groups easily within Blackboard Students access groups from Communication area Groups may have their own: Discussion board Virtual classroom File exchange function
30 Manage Groups Feature Group work (Collaborative learning): Significantly improves learning and retention of material Promotes critical thinking Increases motivation Leads to higher levels of creativity and productivity Develops an increased awareness of diverse viewpoints
31 Sample Group Activities Have small groups discuss issues relevant to lecture topics throughout the semester. Have student groups research, develop, and write case studies. Have students create a project or work on an assessment task in a small group. Show students part of an experiment and have them as a group make a prediction as to the results.
32 Online Groups Tips Do not make the groups too large maximum should around 8. Link group work to course goals. Define expectations for interaction and contributions of individuals. Design truly cooperative teams. Include opportunity for members to evaluate group.
33 Learning Objects Learning Objects building block for Blackboard includes blogs and wikis You can create a grade center entry for both tools There a course-wide wikis and blogs and content area wikis and blogs Wikis are called TeamsLX and Blogs are called JournalLX
34 Wikis Software that allows web pages to be created and edited by anyone Used for collaborative tasks When updates are made, the history is tracked so you can who wrote what and when
35 Ideas for Using Wikis Free writing Debate course topics Shares resources such as bibliographies, glossaries and websites Collaboration by students on essays and other documents Use for group projects Example: Work Study Wiki
36 Configuring Wikis Before adding a wiki, you have to configure the wiki tool 1. From the Control Panel, select Configure Wiki Tool under Course Tools 2. Make your desired choices for the wiki 3. Click OK Once it is configured, it is available as a course wide wiki under Tools on the main course menu
37 Configure Course Wiki
38 Creating a Content Area Wiki 1. Go to the Control Panel 2. Choose content area in which you wish to add the wiki 3. Over on right side of screen, choose wiki from drop-down menu 4. Click Go
39 Content Area Wiki
40 Content Area Wiki 5. Enter wiki name, description, select its availability and other options 6. Select the members and member settings. You can add groups or individual users 7. Make non-member settings 8. Set Grade Center options 9. Click OK
41 Viewing and Editing a Wiki
42 Viewing and Editing a Wiki
43 Blogs Website used to post entries either long or short Sometimes viewed as journals or diaries Frequently updated Readers can comment on entries
44 Ideas for Using Blogs Post individual journal entries Share writings Post essays Pose debate or ethical questions Share photographs or other artwork Example: Salzburg Seminar blog
45 Configuring Blogs Before adding a blog, you have to configure the blog tool 1. From the Control Panel, select Configure Blog Tool under Course Tools 2. Make your desired choices for the blog 3. Click OK Once it is configured, it is available as a course wide blog under Tools on the main course menu
46 Configure Course Blog
47 Creating a Content Area Blog 1. Go to the Control Panel 2. Choose content area in which you wish to add the blog 3. Over on right side of screen, choose blog from drop-down menu 4. Click Go
48 Content Area Blog
49 Content Area Blog 5. Enter blog name, description and select its availability 6. Select the blog type: Group or Private 7. Select the members and member settings. You can add groups or individual users 8. Make non-member settings 9. Set Grade Center options 10.Click OK
50 Viewing and Editing a Blog
51 Viewing and Editing a Blog
52 Viewing and Editing a Blog
53 Grading Wikis and Blogs To grade a student s work in either a wiki or blog: 1. Go to the Control Panel 2. Select the Grade Center under Assessment 3. Enter the student grade in the appropriate column
54 Blackboard Synchronous Tools Office Hours (Lightweight Chat) Lecture Hall (Virtual Classroom) Uses Real-time lessons Real-time, online discussions Live question and answer forums Archives of previous sessions available for review
55 Types of Sessions Virtual Classroom: real-time discussion, Web access, Course access, Whiteboard and question and answers. Chat: real-time discussion that can be accessed alone. Is also part of the Virtual Classroom.
56 Performance Dashboard Accessed from the Assessment area of the Control Panel
57 Performance Dashboard Displays all users in the course Last course access and days since last access Review status Adaptive release Discussion board posts Early warning system View grades
58 Early Warning System Accessed from the Assessment area of the Control Panel
59 Early Warning System Can be set up to determine which students haven t met some criteria Different rules can be created regarding student performance (grade or due date) or course access Each rule will generate a list of students meeting the criteria
60 Early Warning System Once rule is created, instructor must manually trigger the rule by clicking Refresh Students can be easily notified by Alerts sent to students are kept in a log that is searchable
61 Assignments Feature Used in place of the old Digital Drop Box Permits students to submit their work electronically Instructor returns work, gives grades and provides feedback through the Grade Center
62 SafeAssign Similar to Turnitin except it s built into Blackboard Compares submitted assignments against database to check for plagiarism
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