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Building Community with My Blackboard
 

Building Community with My Blackboard

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  • The User Menu, the lighter gray area on the right of the menu, provides access to features previously accessible through My Places in the old Global Navigation element The "My Places" feature is eliminated. The My Blackboard Menu -Clicking one of the icons in the My Blackboard menu, the darker gray area on the left of the menu, provides direct access to that area of the My Blackboard environment. CHANGESMy Places is eliminated. The links/tools on My Places are moved to the Links and Settings menu optionsThe Home and Help links are moved to the User Menu. Hot Links are moved to the Links section of the User Menu. Consequently, clients no longer have to choose between Hot Links or Hot Spots – with SP10, they can have both.
  • People -- the People section provides access to a user's personal Academic Network, as well as the ability to discover other users. For clients with just Course Delivery, if the cloud is enabled there will be basic Profiles and thus basic discovery functionality in the People tool. The People tool is enhanced with additional functionality when the Community Engagement license is present and the social tools are enabled. This provides additional Academic Network information and capabilities, enhanced discovery, and the ability to discover users across the Blackboard Learn client base, not just within the user’s own institution.