New functionality and Features of Bb 9.1

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  • 1. New FunctionalityCreated by Kristen A. Treglia ©2012 Fordham University
  • 2. Home Icon and Navigation ©2012 Fordham University
  • 3. Fordham University Courses Organizations Notifications ©2012 Fordham University
  • 4. Location of the Control Panel ©2012 Fordham University
  • 5. Fordham University Courses Organizations NotificationsControl Panel ©2012 Fordham University
  • 6. Edit Mode Button ©2012 Fordham University
  • 7. Fordham University Courses Organizations Notifications Edit Mode ©2012 Fordham University
  • 8. Drop and Drag ©2012 Fordham University
  • 9. Fordham University Courses Organizations NotificationsDrop & Drag ©2012 Fordham University
  • 10. Modify Items: Drop Down Menus ©2012 Fordham University
  • 11. Fordham University Courses Organizations Notifications
  • 12. Notifications
  • 13. NotificationsFordham University Courses Organizations Notifications
  • 14. New FEATURES
  • 15. Journals
  • 16. Self-reflective tool that allows students to post their personal reflections about the course or discuss and analyze course-related materials.Journals ©2012 Fordham University
  • 17. JournalsNote:Journals may be graded or non-graded ©2012 Fordham University
  • 18. Blogs ©2012 Fordham University
  • 19. A collaborative tool that allows Students to posttheir personal reflection about the Courseor discuss and analyze Course-related materials. Blogs ©2012 Fordham University
  • 20. BlogsNote:Blogs may be graded or non-graded ©2012 Fordham University
  • 21. Mashups ©2012 Fordham University
  • 22. Content added to a course that is from an external web site; may be added to items, test questions, discussion boards and other course areasMashups ©2012 Fordham University
  • 23. Note: Mashups may be displayed in the following ways -- Embed -- Thumbnail view with Player -- Text Link with PlayerMashups ©2012 Fordham University
  • 24. Rubrics ©2012 Fordham University
  • 25. A set of criteria and standards typically linked to learning objectives; used to assess or communicate expectations of quality around a task.Rubrics ©2012 Fordham University
  • 26. There is no limit to the numberof Rubrics that can be created.Note:Once a Rubric has been used for grading, it cannot be edited.Copy the Rubric from the Rubrics page in order to create aduplicate Rubric that can be edited. Rubrics ©2012 Fordham University