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Lincoln Interactive   Training
Lincoln Interactive   Training
Lincoln Interactive   Training
Lincoln Interactive   Training
Lincoln Interactive   Training
Lincoln Interactive   Training
Lincoln Interactive   Training
Lincoln Interactive   Training
Lincoln Interactive   Training
Lincoln Interactive   Training
Lincoln Interactive   Training
Lincoln Interactive   Training
Lincoln Interactive   Training
Lincoln Interactive   Training
Lincoln Interactive   Training
Lincoln Interactive   Training
Lincoln Interactive   Training
Lincoln Interactive   Training
Lincoln Interactive   Training
Lincoln Interactive   Training
Lincoln Interactive   Training
Lincoln Interactive   Training
Lincoln Interactive   Training
Lincoln Interactive   Training
Lincoln Interactive   Training
Lincoln Interactive   Training
Lincoln Interactive   Training
Lincoln Interactive   Training
Lincoln Interactive   Training
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Lincoln Interactive Training

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  • 1. Blackboard http://li.edcsd.org
  • 2. Courses
  • 3. Selecting a Course From the My Courses tab, you can select your course or even search for your course.
  • 4. Within A Course
  • 5. Gradebook Gradebook is a program we currently use to monitor our students grades and assignments. Each course is out of 1000 points. Each unit contains a 50 point mid-unit exam, a 25 point unit review, a 100 point unit exam, and other small assignments to total 225 points per unit for four units. Each course also has a 100 point accumulative final. Assignments are made up of a variety of multiple choice, matching, short answer, and/or essay questions. There are also view/complete assignments which are open- ended assignments.

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