Throughout the semester faculty email questions on how they can capture information from Blackboard because colleges have to provide information regarding program performance, student learning outcomes, examples of student’s tests, assignments and other course work to present for accreditation purposes.
Examples of the questions that we receive especially near the end of the semester and before the current semester courses become unavailable in Blackboard are:
- “Is there a way to download and save test questions from Blackboard into a Microsoft Word or PDF file?”
- “Is there a way to capture and save students attempts on tests and grading (such as high pass/low pass)?”
- “We have accreditation upcoming and part of the requirements is showing graded tests that students have taken and statistics related to those tests. How can I provide this information before the Blackboard courses become unavailable?”
eLearning sends an all-faculty email at the end of each semester that provide inks to our eHelp website on documentation to capture current course content, copy and save student information such as course grades, assignments and submitted projects; HOWEVER, this semester we are offering you a chance to bring your questions and participate in a “hands on” session that will demonstrate the process of capturing and saving current course information from Blackboard before courses become unavailable.
Don’t miss the opportunity to bring your laptop and questions and join us!
When? May 12, 2015 (Tuesday) at 11:00 am until…
Where? Help Desk Conference Room C202
Why: Prevent migraines, cold sweats and panic attacks!!!