LMS PD Courses

HCT LMS PD Courses and Certification Programs are designed as per the needs of Higher Colleges of Technology faculty. All the courses below (except those with *, which are online/self-paced courses) are offered by your local LMS team. Please contact them directly with any questions.

If you require any of the courses to be offered online, so that faculty from various campuses can attend, please contact pdhelp@hct.ac.ae to schedule this.


 

Essentials of Blackboard Certificate

Description:

This course is for faculty who are new to Blackboard and who need to gain a basic understand of HCT’s Learning Management System. Participants in this course will complete lessons in creating and organizing course menus by adding folders, tools and ordering items. They will also complete lessons in building content in Blackboard.

Notethis course is available through your local Learning Management System (LMS) teams.

Course Learning Outcomes: 
At the end of this course, the participants will be able to:

  • use content areas, links, headers and dividers to organize their course menus,
  • upload PDF and Word documents to their courses,
  • use Blackboard’s content editor,
  • add external content, such as YouTube videos, to their courses, and
  • view their course set up and course content from the student perspective.

Full Course Guide: Click Here
Duration: 2 Credit Hours

Description:

This course is for faculty who have a basic understanding of Blackboard and would like to learn specifically about the setting up of their grade center so that the final grade can be communicated to the Banner system. Participants in this course will complete lessons covering how to create and edit various types of columns in the grade center, and group them to contribute to a final grade.​

Notethis course is available through your local Learning Management System (LMS) teams.

Course Learning Outcomes: 
At the end of the course the participant will be able to:

  • Create and edit manual grade entry columns.
  • Create average columns and choose other columns or assessments to include in the average.
  • Create weighted columns and choose other columns or assessments to be weighted in an overall grade.

Full Course Guide: Click Here
Duration: 2 Credit Hours

Description:

This course is for faculty who are new to Blackboard and who need to gain a basic understand of HCT’s Learning Management System. Participants in this course will complete lessons covering how to create a test in Blackboard. The lessons will give participants both practical and theoretical knowledge about creating online tests.

Notethis course is available through your local Learning Management System (LMS) teams and is highly recommend for all faculty

Course Learning Outcomes: 
At the end of this course, the participants will be able to:

  • create an online test using basic question types including multiple choice, true/false and short answer,
  • deploy a test in a content area with appropriate settings, and
  • preview a test using student preview mode.

Full Course Guide: Click Here
Duration: 2 Credit Hours

Description:

This course is for anyone who needs to submit or approve grades in the Blackboard Grade Center. All aspects of the grades journey will be reviewed so that the final letter grade is successfully sent to Banner.

Notethis course is available through your local Learning Management System (LMS) teams. Participants are strongly encouraged to complete ‘Grades Journey: Setting up the Grade Center (Basic)’ before taking this course.

Course Learning Outcomes:
At the end of the course the participant will be able to:

  • Ensure that the grade center is set up correctly.
  • Submit grades for approval.
  • Approve/unapproved grades.
  • Push the approved grades to Banner.
  • Troubleshoot any errors encountered.

Full Course Guide: Click Here
Duration: 2 Credit Hours

Description:

This course is for faculty who are interested in or required to invigilate online assessments in Blackboard. This course only covers invigilating assessments, not creating them. Faculty wishing to focus on the latter should consider the courses Creating a Test in Blackboard and Creating Effective Online Assessments in Blackboard. Instruction focuses on the technical side of invigilating assessments on laptops.

Note: This course is available online in a self-paced mode.

Course Learning Outcomes: 
At the end of this course, the participants will be able to:

  • take an assessment using Respondus Lockdown Browser and help students do the same,
  • identify FWA course codes in Blackboard,
  • follow step-by-step procedures for face-to-face online assessments in Blackboard, and
  • troubleshoot common technical issues that may arise during the assessment. ​

Full Course Guide: Click Here
Duration: 2 Credit Hours

Getting Started with Blackboard

Description:

This course is for faculty who are new to Blackboard and need to gain a basic understand of HCT’s Learning Management System. Participants in this course will complete lessons covering an overview of an LMS and how to navigate their way through Blackboard Learn.

Note: this course is available through your local Learning Management System (LMS) teams.

Course Learning Outcomes: 

At the end of this course, the participants will be able to:

  • identify benefits of using a learning management system,
  • use the functions in Blackboard’s global navigation panel, and
  • customize their individual course views on their main Blackboard course pages.

Full Course Guide: Click Here
Duration: 2 Credit Hours

Description:

This course is for faculty who are new to Blackboard and who need to gain a basic understand of HCT’s Learning Management System. Participants in this course will complete lessons in creating and organizing course menus by adding folders, tools and ordering items. They will also complete lessons in building content in Blackboard.

Notethis course is available through your local Learning Management System (LMS) teams.

Course Learning Outcomes:
At the end of this course, the participants will be able to:

  • use content areas, links, headers and dividers to organize their course menus,
  • upload PDF and Word documents to their courses,
  • use Blackboard’s content editor,
  • add external content, such as YouTube videos, to their courses, and
  • view their course set up and course content from the student perspective.

Full Course Guide: Click Here
Duration: 2 Credit Hours

Description:

This course is for faculty who are new to Blackboard and who need to gain a basic understand of HCT’s Learning Management System. Participants in this course will complete lessons in creating and deploying assignments, as well as get an overview of how the Blackboard Grade Center is used and organized.

Notethis course is available through your local Learning Management System (LMS) teams.

Course Learning Outcomes: 
At the end of this course, the participants will be able to:

  • create and deploy an assignment,
  • use Safe-Assign to review submissions for unoriginal or plagiarized content,
  • identify and organize different types of columns in the grade center,
  • enter grades and view grade histories, and
  • download the grade center for offline work.

Full Course Guide: Click Here
Duration: 2 Credit Hours

Grades Journey in Blackboard

Description:

This course is for faculty who have a basic understanding of Blackboard and would like to learn specifically about the setting up of their grade center so that the final grade can be communicated to the Banner system. Participants in this course will complete lessons covering how to create and edit various types of columns in the grade center, and group them to contribute to a final grade.​

Notethis course is available through your local Learning Management System (LMS) teams.

Course Learning Outcomes:
At the end of the course the participant will be able to:

  • Create and edit manual grade entry columns.
  • Create average columns and choose other columns or assessments to include in the average.
  • Create weighted columns and choose other columns or assessments to be weighted in an overall grade.

Full Course Guide: Click Here
Duration: 2 Credit Hours

Description:

This course is for faculty who have a basic understanding of Blackboard and column creation, and would like to learn about their grade center in more depth. Participants in this course will review column creation as covered in the course Grades Journey – Setting Up the Grade Center (Basic) and will complete lessons covering how to use more advanced filtering options.​

Notethis course is available through your local Learning Management System (LMS) teams.

Course Learning Outcomes:
At the end of the course the participant will be able to:

  • Create grading periods based on assessment due dates.
  • Colour code the grade center for easy, visual interpretation of results.
  • Create smart views based on specific criteria.
  • Create categories to group columns together.
  • Create minimum/maximum columns to display a specific grade.

Full Course Guide: Click Here
Duration: 2 Credit Hours

Description:

This course is for anyone who needs to submit or approve grades in the Blackboard Grade Center. All aspects of the grades journey will be reviewed so that the final letter grade is successfully sent to Banner.

Notethis course is available through your local Learning Management System (LMS) teams. Participants are strongly encouraged to complete ‘Grades Journey: Setting up the Grade Center (Basic)’ before taking this course.

Course Learning Outcomes:
At the end of the course the participant will be able to:

  • Ensure that the grade center is set up correctly.
  • Submit grades for approval.
  • Approve/unapproved grades.
  • Push the approved grades to Banner.
  • Troubleshoot any errors encountered.

Full Course Guide: Click Here
Duration: 2 Credit Hours

Description:

This course is for faculty who have a basic understanding of Blackboard and would like to learn about grading and grade center management in more depth. The participants will learn how to navigate the grade center, manage the columns in the grade center and customize it for their course needs. They will also learn how to create and implement rubrics and conduct grading for all types of assessments in Blackboard. As well, they will learn how to manage their students grades, so that they can manual add a grade or edit an existing grade.

Note: this course is available online through a self-paced mode and is highly recommended for all HCT faculty.​

Course Learning Outcomes:
At the end of the course the participant will be able to:

  • Navigate the grade center.
  • Manage the grade center columns.
  • Create and implement rubrics.
  • Conduct grading in all types of assessments.
  • Manage grades.
  • Customize the grade center.

Full Course Guide: Click Here
Duration: 7 Credit Hours

Creating an Interactive Environment in Blackboard

Description:

This course is for faculty who have a basic understanding of Blackboard and would like to learn how to implement features in their course that will allow them to interact with their students. Participants in this course will complete lessons covering how to use various built-in communication tools in Blackboard, such as announcements and email. They will also learn to create and moderate discussion boards.

Notethis course is available through your local Learning Management System (LMS) teams.

Course Learning Outcomes: 
At the end of the course the participant will be able to:

  • communicate with students using email, announcements, the calendar and tasks,
  • create discussion forums and threads, and
  • facilitate discussions and moderate forums.

Full Course Guide: Click Here
Duration: 2 Credit Hours

Description:

This course is for faculty who have a basic understanding of Blackboard and would like to learn how to implement features in their course that will allow them to interact with their students and allow their students to communicate with each other. Participants in this course will complete lessons covering how to create blogs for students to participate in, as well as how students create and comment on blog entries. The will also learn how to create journals for students to participate in, as well as how students create and comment on journal entries.

Notethis course is available through your local Learning Management System (LMS) teams.

Course Learning Outcomes: 
At the end of the course the participant will be able to:

  • create blogs,
  • show students how to create and comment on blog entries,
  • create journals, and
  • show students how to create and comment on journal entries.

Full Course Guide: Click Here
Duration: 2 Credit Hours

Description:

This course is for faculty who have a basic understanding of Blackboard and would like to learn how to implement features in their course that will allow them to interact with their students and allow their students to communicate with each other. Participants in this course will complete lessons covering how to create and manage groups with appropriate tool settings, as well as how to create and deploy surveys, and review their results.

Notethis course is available through your local Learning Management System (LMS) teams.

Course Learning Outcomes: 
At the end of the course the participant will be able to:

  • create and manage groups,
  • create and grade group assignments,
  • create and deploy surveys for students, and
  • review survey results.

Full Course Guide: Click Here
Duration: 2 Credit Hours

Managing your Courses in Blackboard

Description:

This course is for faculty who have a basic understanding of Blackboard and would like to learn about the management of their courses in more depth. Participants in this course will complete lessons covering storage and organization of files in Blackboard, sharing and reusing content, and locating course and grade reports and statistics. Participants will also learn how to import a course package, as well as import and export a test.

Notethis course is available through your local Learning Management System (LMS) teams.

Course Learning Outcomes: 

At the end of this course, the participants will be able to:

  • save, locate and organize their personal files in Blackboard,
  • save, locate, organize, reuse and share course content,
  • generate grade reports and statistics,
  • import course packages,
  • import and export tests, and
  • set the first page students see upon entering their course.

Full Course Guide: Click Here
Duration: 2 Credit Hours

Description:

This course is for faculty who have a basic understanding of Blackboard and would like to learn about the management of their courses in more depth. Participants in this course will complete lessons covering how to organize a collection of course materials with a table of contents into a learning module, as well as how to create and organize lesson plans in Blackboard.

Notethis course is available through your local Learning Management System (LMS) teams.

Course Learning Outcomes: 
At the end of this course, the participants will be able to:

  • include content, assessments, tools and partner content in learning modules,
  • organize learning modules with a navigable table of contents,
  • create lesson plans that include objectives, materials, instructions and many other elements, and
  • access instructor and student views of the lesson plan.

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Duration: 2 Credit Hours

Description:

This course is for faculty who have a basic understanding of Blackboard and would like to learn about the management of their courses in more depth. Participants in this course will complete lessons covering how to release content to students according to criteria such as date and username, as well as review, attempt or score of previous material. They will also complete a lesson on awarding badges and certificates to learners.

Notethis course is available through your local Learning Management System (LMS) teams.

Course Learning Outcomes: 
At the end of this course, the participants will be able to:

  • locate and use the adaptive release tool,
  • create basic rules for the release of content to learners,
  • create more complex multi-rules for the release of content to learners, and
  • define criteria for learners to earn achievement badges and awards.

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Duration: 2 Credit Hours

Description:

This is primarily an awareness course for faculty who are new to cross-listed courses in Blackboard: courses that are shared across the system and whose faculty have equal editing rights. The course looks at creating filters and folders to better manage individual sections from a large number of students and gives advice on what not to do when working in the grade center.

It’s important to understand that with a cross – listed course, all faculty who have access to this course have equal editing rights. In practical terms, this means that if a teacher on one campus makes a change to the course, all students enrolled in that course across the system will see the effect of this change.

Notethis course is available through your local Learning Management System (LMS) teams.

Course Learning Outcomes: 
At the end of this course, the participants will be able to:

  • create Smart Views to filter out individual sections,
  • create groups to allow the creation of adaptive release folders for individual sections, and
  • change Respondus Lockdown Browser password settings

Full Course Guide: Click Here
Duration: 2 Credit Hours

e-Assessments

Description:

This course is for faculty who are new to Blackboard and who need to gain a basic understand of HCT’s Learning Management System. Participants in this course will complete lessons covering how to create a test in Blackboard. The lessons will give participants both practical and theoretical knowledge about creating online tests.

Notethis course is available through your local Learning Management System (LMS) teams and is highly recommend for all faculty

Course Learning Outcomes:
At the end of this course, the participants will be able to:

  • create an online test using basic question types including multiple choice, true/false and short answer,
  • deploy a test in a content area with appropriate settings, and
  • preview a test using student preview mode.

Full Course Guide: Click Here
Duration: 2 Credit Hours

Prerequisite:

All participants need to have a basic understanding of Blackboard and the test creation feature. If they don’t, they should complete the courses called ‘Navigating the Blackboard Interface’ and ‘Creating Tests in Blackboard (Basic)’ first.

Description:

This course is for faculty who would like to have a more thorough understanding of the test creation process in Blackboard. Participants will learn about the overall processes of creating tests and question pools, and will also review the HCT recommended settings for tests and how to adjust them, especially for FWAs. Instruction will cover pools, question types, test creation using question sets, and test options.​

Notethis course is available through your local Learning Management System (LMS) teams and is highly recommended for all HCT faculty who are involved in the FWA creation process.

Course Learning Outcomes:
At the end of this course, the participants will be able to:

  • create question pools,
  • create various question types,
  • create a test using questions sets, and
  • adjust test settings.

Full Course Guide: Click Here
Duration: 3 Credit Hours

Description:

This course is for faculty who are interested in or required to invigilate online assessments in Blackboard. This course only covers invigilating assessments, not creating them. Faculty wishing to focus on the latter should consider the courses Creating a Test in Blackboard and Creating Effective Online Assessments in Blackboard. Instruction focuses on the technical side of invigilating assessments on laptops.

Note: This course is available online in a self-paced mode.

Course Learning Outcomes:
At the end of this course, the participants will be able to:

  • take an assessment using Respondus Lockdown Browser and help students do the same,
  • identify FWA course codes in Blackboard,
  • follow step-by-step procedures for face-to-face online assessments in Blackboard, and
  • troubleshoot common technical issues that may arise during the assessment. ​

Full Course Guide: Click Here
Duration: 2 Credit Hours

Description:

This course is for faculty who are involved in creating and setting up online FWA exams. Participants will learn about the overall workflow of setting up an online FWA exam including accessing FWA course shells, setting up the FWA final exam and mock exams with the recommended test settings, and to test the exam against the FWA checklist. Participants will also learn the process of requesting student/faculty enrollment to FWA course shells and steps involved in grading the exam. The course will also cover the process of creating printable backup copies of exams.

Notethis course is available through your local Learning Management System (LMS) teams and is highly recommended for all HCT faculty who are involved in the FWA creation process.

Course Learning Outcomes:
At the end of this course, the participants will be able to:

  • explain the online FWA workflow,
  • setup and conduct mock exams in the FWA course shells,
  • set up the FWA exam in Blackboard following the recommended guidelines,
  • create printable backup copies of the FWA exam,
  • perform a comprehensive review of exam settings as per exam requirements and division recommended settings, and ​
  • request student and faculty enrollment to FWA course shells. ​

Full Course Guide: Click Here
Duration: 2 Credit Hours

Prerequisite:

All participants need to have a basic understanding of Blackboard and the test creation feature. If they don’t, they should complete the courses called ‘Navigating the Blackboard Interface’ and ‘Creating Tests in Blackboard (Basic)’ first.

Description:

This course is for faculty who would like to learn about securing online tests in Blackboard. Participants will learn about restricting IP addresses for taking online tests in Blackboard, hiding test scores from students, in addition to enabling Respondus LockDown Browser for online tests in Blackboard.

Notethis course is available through your local Learning Management System (LMS) teams and is highly recommended for all HCT faculty who are involved in the FWA creation process.

Course Learning Outcomes:
At the end of this course, the participants will be able to:

  • restrict IP addresses for taking online tests in Blackboard,
  • configure needed settings to hide test scores from students, and
  • enable Respondus LockDown Browser for online tests in Blackboard.

Full Course Guide: Click Here
Duration: 2 Credit Hours

Building Assessments in Respondus 4.0

Prerequisite:

Participants must complete the Respondus 4.0 – Overview, Installing and Configuring” before registering for this session. 

Description:

This course is for faculty who would like to learn about Respondus 4.0 exam authoring tool, and how to install it and configure it. Participants in this course will learn about Respondus 4.0 features, benefits of using it, how to install it, configure it and connect it to HCT Blackboard Learn.

Important: Respondus 4.0 is only available for the Windows operating system. If you are currently using a Mac running OS, you will need to install Windows on your machine, use Parallels software to replicate the Windows operating system so you run both or borrow a PC from IT services.  

Notethis course is available through your local Learning Management System (LMS) teams.

Course Learning Outcomes: 
At the end of this course, the participants will be able to:

  • identify the authoring features of Respondus 4.0,
  • install Respondus 4.0 on a Windows machine, and
  • configure Blackboard Learn server settings on Respondus 4.0.

Full Course Guide: Click Here
Duration: 2 Credit Hours

Prerequisite:

Participants must complete the Respondus 4.0 – Overview, Installing and Configuring” before registering for this session. 

Description:

This course is for faculty who would like to easily create online assessments using the exam authoring tool Respondus 4.0 and Microsoft Word. Participants in this course will learn the steps involved in creating assessments using Word and the guidelines that need to be followed to make the assessment ready to be imported into Respondus.

Important: Respondus 4.0 is only available for the Windows operating system. If you are currently using a Mac running OS, you will need to install Windows on your machine, use Parallels software to replicate the Windows operating system so you run both or borrow a PC from IT services.  

Notethis course is available through your local Learning Management System (LMS) teams.

Course Learning Outcomes: 

At the end of this course, the participants will be able to:

  • create and format an assessment in Microsoft word to import it to Respondus 4.0,
  • apply the format needed for the different question types, and
  • work with questions with images and tables.

Full Course Guide: Click Here
Duration: 2 Credit Hours

Prerequisite:

Participants must complete the Respondus 4.0 – Overview, Installing and Configuring” before registering for this session. 

Description:

This course is for faculty who would like to create Blackboard assessments from a formatted Microsoft word file by importing it into Respondus 4.0. Faculty will learn how to import questions from a Microsoft word document into Respondus 4.0, preview the imported file, edit the questions, and publish the assessment directly to a course in Blackboard learn through Respondus 4.0.

Important: Respondus 4.0 is only available for the Windows operating system. If you are currently using a Mac running OS, you will need to install Windows on your machine, use Parallels software to replicate the Windows operating system so you run both or borrow a PC from IT services. 

Notethis course is available through your local Learning Management System (LMS) teams.

Course Learning Outcomes: 

At the end of this course, the participants will be able to:

  • import a Microsoft word assessment document into Respondus 4.0,
  • preview and edit the assessment in Respondus 4.0,
  • publish the assessment into a single or multiple Blackboard courses, and
  • save a pool or test as a local file for manual uploading to Blackboard

Full Course Guide: Click Here
Duration: 2 Credit Hours

Prerequisite:

Participants must complete the Respondus 4.0 – Overview, Installing and Configuring” before registering for this session. 

Description:

This course is for faculty who needs to retrieve a paper-based version of Blackboard exam using the Respondus 4.0 tool. Participants in this course will learn how to retrieve an exam from Blackboard, print different versions of the exam, retrieve reports of exams and download results data of exams/surveys using the Respondus 4.0 tool.

Important: Respondus 4.0 is only available for the Windows operating system. If you are currently using a Mac running OS, you will need to install Windows on your machine, use Parallels software to replicate the Windows operating system so you run both or borrow a PC from IT services.  

Notethis course is available through your local Learning Management System (LMS) teams.

Course Learning Outcomes: 

At the end of this course, the participants will be able to:

  • retrieve assessments from Blackboard to Respondus,
  • save and share an assessment in Respondus format,
  • print an assessment in Word Format,
  • retrieve exams’ reports from Blackboard using Respondus, and
  • download exams/surveys results data from Blackboard using Respondus.

Full Course Guide: Click Here
Duration: 2 Credit Hours

Collaborate Ultra in Blackboard

Description:

In this course, participants will learn the basics of using Blackboard Collaborate Ultra to run online classes. Blackboard Collaborate Ultra is a web conferencing tool that allows faculty to synchronously communicate online with students anywhere. Instruction in this course will cover scheduling sessions, managing attendees in the session, engaging with attendees using audio, video and chat, in addition to recording sessions and accessing sessions reports. The course will also cover the student user experience when participating in a Collaborate Ultra session.

Course Learning Outcomes:
At the end of this course, the participants will be able to:

  • access Collaborate Ultra tool and lock the Course Room,
  • set up Collaborate Ultra in Blackboard course,
  • create a Collaborate Ultra session and adjust session settings,
  • manage a Collaborate Ultra session through the Attendees and My Settings panels,
  • share audio, video and use Everyone chat channel,
  • access recordings and reports, and
  • identify the privileges for the different session roles for basic features.

Full Course Guide: Click Here
Duration: 3 Credit Hours

Description:

In this course, participants will learn how to use the advanced features of Blackboard Collaborate Ultra to run online classes. Instruction in this course will cover using tools for sharing content, communicating and collaborating in the Collaborate Ultra session, in addition to identifying what will be recorded when advanced features are used. The course will also cover the student user experience when participating in a Collaborate Ultra session.

Course Learning Outcomes: 
At the end of this course, the participants will be able to:

  • share content in a Collaborate Ultra session (Whiteboard, Application/Screen, Files),
  • use chat, polls, timer and breakout groups,
  • identify what will be covered in the recording, and
  • identify the privileges for the different session roles for advanced features.

Full Course Guide: Click Here
Duration: 3 Credit Hours

eTextbooks in Blackboard

Description:

This course is designed as an introduction to the McGraw-Hill Connect platform and associated etextbooks. It covers an overview of the interface and briefly summarizes the main features such as the two types of assignments, LearnSmart and the more conventional Connect assignments along with the administrative elements of Connect including creating reports.

Along with familiarising users with the interface, this course also covers the initial set-up and ‘pairing’ of the etextbook and Blackboard sections so that it can be viewed by students. There are additional resources related to other platforms such as ALEKS as well.

Note: This course is available online or through your local Learning Management System teams.​

Course Learning Outcomes:
At the end of the course the participant will be able to:

  • perform the steps as an instructor to pair a section using Blackboard Learn and McGH Connect platform to access an eTextbook,
  • guide students on how to access their course eTextbook from McGH Connect via Blackboard Learn,
  • access the student roster from McGH Connect platform, and
  • navigate the Connect interface.

Full Course Guide: Click Here
Duration: 2 Credit Hours

Description:

This course looks at utilizing the resources built into McGraw-Hill Connect e-textbooks from automatic note-sharing with students, responsive comprehension questions built into the text to external instructor resources such as presentations and question banks that can be uploaded to Blackboard. There are also instructions on how to set up the initial e-text so that students can link through their Blackboard course.

Note: This course is available online or through your local Learning Management System teams.​

Course Learning Outcomes:
At the end of the course the participant will be able to:

  • adjust the reading difficulty and content to match class ability,
  • export question banks for use in Blackboard courses as question pools, and
  • utilize reading tools such as shared highlighting and notes.

Full Course Guide: Click Here
Duration: 2 Credit Hours

SoftChalk

Description:

This course is for faculty who would like an introduction to the content and eLearning authoring tool SoftChalk. Participants in this course will complete lessons covering how to build an interactive SoftChalk lesson that includes different types of activities and quizzes. Participants will also learn how to save their created courses to Blackboard to share with their learners.

Course Learning Outcomes: 
At the end of the course the participant will be able to:

  • create a SoftChalk lesson from an existing Microsoft Word document,
  • build and incorporate interactivities and quizzes into lessons, and
  • upload completed SoftChalk lessons to Blackboard.

Full Course Guide: Click Here
Duration: 3 Credit Hours

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