CIRT On Demand Events

CIRT offers several on demand workshops. These workshops include: Blackboard Grade Center, Remote Proctor NOW, and Blackboard Collaborate. To sign up for one of these on demand workshops click the green button below.

 

 

CIRT On Demand 

 

 

 

Teaching Online Tool Essentials (TOL4100)

 Date: AVAILABLE CONTINUOUSLY 

 Location:  Online 

 

TOL4100 is designed to help you learn to navigate and become familiar with the most-used tools in Blackboard for designing web-enhanced, hybrid and online courses. This course offers a basic overview of the Blackboard Learn system presented in six learning modules:

  • Blackboard Introduction
  • Adding Content
  • Communication
  • Collaboration
  • Assessment Tools
  • Grade Center

After completing this course you should be able to:

  • Navigate, build, and customize your Blackboard course.
  • Add and organize course content.
  • Communicate within Blackboard using announcements and email tools.
  • Build collaboration spaces for students using the Discussion Board and Blackboard Groups
  • Build and customize assignments, assessments, SafeAssignments in Blackboard. 
  • Organize and grade in the Grade Center.

There are two main sections of this course:


PORTFOLIO

The Portfolio section of the course details the instructions for the Blackboard development (DEV) course you will create and use to demonstrate your mastery of the tools in Blackboard.


LEARNING MODULES

The Learning Modules consist of tutorials and practice activities that will help you complete the portfolio assignments.

 

Self-paced course; register and start at any time. 6 – 8 hours.


RSVP to cirtlab@unf.edu to register

 
     

 

 

 

Past Events  
  Visit our past events, including handouts, sortable by topic.  
     
Online Bb Training  
  Want to learn more about Blackboard on your own time? Please check out our Teaching Online Tools Essentials (TOL4100) Blackboard course.  

TOL6100  
  Want to learn more about teaching online? CIRT offers a complete  faculty development model . Applications are currently available for the  Teaching Online Seminar  (TOL6100), which prepares full-time faculty to develop and deliver high-quality distance learning courses.