How to share Blackboard ePortfolios

Wednesday, 21 October 2015 by

I often get asked by teachers about the best way to easily share ePortfolios from Blackboard Learn.  More specifically I am asked to show how students can share their academic accomplishments while undertaking their graduate/post-graduate programs. Sharing an ePortfolio in Blackboard Learn is a quick and easy process. Students can share their ePortfolio with others, both within

 The Quality Matters Rubric is intended for use with courses that are delivered fully online or have significant online components (hybrid and blended courses).   And the Quality Matters Course Format Chart provides definitions for online, blended, and face-to-face courses and explains how the QM review process is used in each case.   I love the Quality

Teachers can easily create personalised banners for their Blackboard Courses.  You don’t need to use advanced graphics tools to design banners for your courses in Blackboard Learn.  The following post shows you how to quickly and easily create your own course banner.   What you need: 1. PowerPoint 2. Blackboard   If you know how

If you were unable to attend one of the webinars about getting your students to submit assignments from their iPad to a BlackBoard course, here is a recording of one of the sessions. As well, if you are an HCT employee and would like to be registered in the corresponding BlackBoard course, you can send

Here’s a collated list of useful resources to help educators and students in their use of Blackboard Learn:                

  The Ed Tech Innovations team has mapped these desirable teaching and learning practices onto HCT’s LMS tools (Bb Vista 8 and/or Bb Learn 9.1) to demonstrate the potential of the VLE to enhance teaching and learning practices.   The following examples of good academic practice using e-learning are outlined below to support Policies 3.1,

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