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Blackboard 9.1 Introduction

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A presentation of many screen shots of our Blackboard 9.1 environment aimed at raising staff awareness of the new environment. Focusses on the changes and improvements from V8.

A presentation of many screen shots of our Blackboard 9.1 environment aimed at raising staff awareness of the new environment. Focusses on the changes and improvements from V8.

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  • 1. Megan Juss David Callaghan 12 th October 2010 www.edgehill.ac.uk/ls Blackboard 9.1 Demonstration
  • 2. Student view Instructor view Questions
  • 3. VLE Homepage Familiar Interface - Information layout and navigation features
  • 4. Drag and Drop Simple page organisation
  • 5. Add Module (Panel) Easily set user organisation preferences
  • 6. My Institution (Tab) One click to return to VLE homepage
  • 7. Personalize Page Easily set user homepage display preferences
  • 8. My Institution (Tab) One click to return to VLE homepage
  • 9. My Places One click access to edit user profile and quick link access to all My Courses
  • 10. Personal Information Add profile information & images and specify notification settings
  • 11. My Institution (Tab) One click to return to VLE homepage
  • 12. My Courses One click access to visit course sections
  • 13. Course Entry Page Homepage determined by Instructor - e.g. Course information, announcements or dashboard page, etc.
  • 14. Side Bar Navigation: List View Default display shows links in list view, which can be organised with section headings & dividers
  • 15. Side Bar Navigation: Folder View Alternative folder view offers an overview of the course structure and quick access to items within folders
  • 16. Course Content Information is structured sequentially (chronologically or by topic) with on screen text and folders
  • 17. Folder Content Folders contain further on screen text and course item links to activities e.g. discussion forums and journals
  • 18. Breadcrumb Navigation Additional course navigation options for returning to previously visited pages
  • 19. Interactive Tool: Class Blog Contextual links to an integrated and gradable activity tool
  • 20. Class Blog Displays chronological posts & comments, editing options and a side bar overview
  • 21. Create Blog Entry Easily add posts with images, links, etc.
  • 22. Confirmation of Blog Entry Posting Success notification
  • 23. Course Menu / Breadcrumbs Navigation options to suit the user
  • 24. Interactive Tool: Class Wiki Contextual links to an integrated and gradable activity tool
  • 25. Class Wiki Displays co-created content, editing options and side bar overview
  • 26. Edit Wiki Page Easily add to, amend or delete content on existing pages
  • 27. Course Menu / Breadcrumbs Navigation options to suit the user
  • 28. Create Wiki Page Easily add new pages with images, links, etc.
  • 29. Course Menu / Breadcrumbs Navigation options to suit the user
  • 30. Multimedia Items Contextual links to 3 rd party content such as YouTube videos, Flickr photographs and SlideShare presentations
  • 31. Video Easily view video content without leaving the VLE
  • 32. Course Menu / Breadcrumbs Navigation options to suit the user
  • 33. Groups Integrated tools for online collaboration
  • 34. Group Homepage Displays access to a range of group tools
  • 35. Help One click access to a searchable user guide
  • 36. My Grades Displays access to online feedback and grades
  • 37. Student view Instructor view Questions
  • 38. Student View VLE Homepage Similar to Student View Access to Add Module, Personalise Page, My Places
  • 39. Course Homepage One click access to Edit Mode and Control Panel
  • 40. Student View Course Homepage Similar to Student View Edit Mode On / Off toggle enables quick access to designer tools, drop down menus and drag and drop organisation features
  • 41. Add Menu Item One click access to course menu design tools
  • 42. Drag and Drop Easily organise course menu structure and page items
  • 43. Course Menu Action Links Easily edit course menu items
  • 44. Course Content Action Links: Build Content Easy access to create content new items, folders, pages and mashups
  • 45. Student View Course Content Action Links: Create Assessment Easy access to create a range of assessment activities Note: Turnitin is 3 rd party system - when the plugin is available it will appear here
  • 46. Student View Course Content Action Links: Add Interactive Tool Easy access to create interactive spaces for online activity
  • 47. Course Content Action Links: Assign Textbook Easy access to provide key text information. Note: We are more likely to link to library catalogue reading lists via URL links
  • 48. Control Panel One click access from any point in the course to control panel tools
  • 49. Course Files A search facility enables filename search of all course files A thumbnail view enables enhances visual search of files such as images
  • 50. Manage Files Access to upload files or packages (zip folders), create HTML pages, organise background course files and download files for backup
  • 51. Student view Instructor view Questions