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  • 1. Blackboard Using Blackboard for your Instructional Design Capstone Project EDUU566 Brandman University Carla Piper, Ed. D.
  • 2. How to Begin!
    • You will need access to a Blackboard course shell.
    • Your instructor will ask the Brandman systems administrator for student accounts for each of you.
    • In preparation, go through this PowerPoint and take a look at the tutorials listed for Blackboard.
  • 3. Many Other Learning Management Systems - LMS
    • Course Sites – Free Blackboard Course Site
    • WebCT (Owned by Blackboard)
    • eCollege
    • Moodle Open Source
      • Many school districts are using Moodle
      • Check with your institution on availability
    • Epsilen
      • Free with an .edu email address
      • Also free portfolio for professionals
    • Other Sites for Course Creation (some free!)
      • Atutor, Claroline, Dokeos, eFornt, Sakai, Fle3, Apex Learning, 2Tor, Angel Learning, Desire2Learn, etc.
  • 4. Learning Management Systems
    • All very similar in format
    • All include the basics:
      • Announcements
      • Course Documents and Information
      • Threaded Discussions
      • Quiz and Exam Options
      • Gradebook
      • Assignment Tool Dropbox
      • Web 2.0 Tools – Blogs, Wikis, Podcasts
      • Webliography or External Links
      • Synchronous components – Chat, Classlive, Wimba, Adobe Connect, etc.
      • Multimedia Options
  • 5. Locating Your Course
    • Once your systems administrator has created your course shell, you will see your course on the login screen.
    • Click on My Courses
  • 6. Empty Course Shell
  • 7. Great Starting Places
    • Announcements
    • Course Information
      • Syllabus
      • Course Outline
      • Glossary
    • Course Documents
      • Organize Course Handouts
      • Weekly Folders
      • Quizzes (Later!)
    • Discussion
      • Weekly Topics
  • 8. Control Panel
    • Where the real work is done!
    • Students do not have the control panel – only the instructor author
    • Author controls settings of all course components
    Click Here for Control!
  • 9. Control Panel
    • Course setup is done in Content Areas and Course Tools
    • Go to Course Options – and click on Settings to select colors/buttons/style, etc.
    • Add Assessment options later!
  • 10. Announcements
    • Great way to post topics and assignments due for the week!
    • Add a topic and type your message.
    • You can get fancy with fonts, styles, colors, alignments, etc.
    Submit!
  • 11. Editing
  • 12. Edit View
    • Can edit without going to control panel by clicking on “EDIT VIEW”
    • Same editing options as the control panel
  • 13. Course Information
    • Cuts down on printing! Instructor can post all documents and students can print on their own – or just read online.
  • 14. Adding Course Documents
    • Add Item
    • Add Folder
    • Add External Link
    • Add Course Link
    • Add Test
  • 15. Adding Course Folders
  • 16. Creating Folders
  • 17. Adding Items - docs, pdfs, ppts
  • 18. Adding Discussion Forums
  • 19. Discussion Prompts
  • 20. Threaded Discussion Prompt
    • Base topics on reading assignments
    • Review professional websites, research, resources
    • Use for case studies!
  • 21. Student Responses
  • 22. Student Example
  • 23. Course Tools
  • 24. External Link
  • 25. Select Menu
    • Select Dropdown Menu
    • Assignment Tool
    • Wimba Tools
    • Blog
    • Wiki
    • Turnitin
  • 26. Assignment Tool Dropbox
    • Add Assignment Tool Dropbox from the Edit View
  • 27. Wikis and Blogs
  • 28. Customize Layout
  • 29. Customize Style
  • 30. Creating a Gradebook
  • 31. Gradebook Spreadsheet
  • 32. Quizzes
  • 33. Multiple Choice
  • 34. Assignments
  • 35. Wimba Tools
  • 36. Web-Compatible File Formats
    • Image formats
      • .gif or Graphical Interchange Format is a commonly used graphics file format for image filing on the Internet.
      • .jpg or .jpeg - abbreviation for Joint Photographic Experts Group - standard for compressing still images
    • Typical video and audio formats:
      • Quicktime mov. - Quicktime Movie from the Apple for video and audio – mov., qt, .aif, .aifc, .aiff, .
      • Windows Media Formats - .wav, .avi, .asf, .asx, .rmi,, .wma, .wax
      • Musical Instrument Digital Interface (MIDI) - .mid, .rmi
      • Real Audio or video - .ra, .ram, .rmm, .mp3, plus other file formats
      • MPEG - Moving Picture Experts Group - currently gaining in popularity due to smaller file size without losing quality (mpg, .mpeg, .m1v, .mp2, .mp3, .mpa, .mpe)
      • UNIX formats - .au, .snd
      • MP3 Files - .mp3
  • 37. Tutorials for Photo Editing
    • Picnik for FREE web-based photo editor – http://www.picnik.com
    • Consider Picasa for photo editor – http://picasa.google.com/
    • Other Editors
      • Irfanview - http://eport.soundpiper.com/pictutor/irfanview.html
      • Kodak - http://eport.soundpiper.com/pictutor/kodak.html
      • Microsoft Paint - http://eport.soundpiper.com/pictutor/paint.html
      • Photoshop - http://eport.soundpiper.com/pictutor/photoshop.html
      • Finepix - http://eport.soundpiper.com/pictutor/finepix.html
  • 38. Piper Tutorials
    • https://sites.google.com/site/pipertutorials/
    • Adding Content to Blackboard - https://sites.google.com/site/pipertutorials/adding-content-to-blackboard
    • Blackboard Video Walkthroughs for MAE IT Students - http://pipertutor.blogspot.com/
    • Adding Discussion Forums - https://sites.google.com/site/pipertutorials/discussions
    • Wimba Tools - https://sites.google.com/site/pipertutorials/wimba-tools

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