The tutorials below will serve as a helpful resource while developing an online course.
GSU currently has Blackboard Learn 9.1 3900. These tutorials provide instruction on how to utilize Blackboard within your course.
Blackboard's Instructor Mobile app allows Instructors a quick and easy way to oversee courses. Instructors also have the ability to connect with students and view their course content.
Respondus is a program that allows you to easily create new quizzes/surveys or upload your existing tests to Blackboard.
Respondus LockDown Browser and Monitor
LockDown Browser is a custom browser that only allows users to view the testing environment within the Learning Management System. In addition with LockDown Browser, Monitor uses a webcam and analytics to prevent cheating.
VoiceThread is an interactive collaboration and sharing tool that enables users to add images, documents, and videos.
Integrate and link digital content from external sources to your Blackboard course.
YouTube is a free media streaming server. All you need is a Gmail account to sign in. Create "Unlisted" videos and add to a Blackboard course.
Webex is another web conferencing software that allows users to meet virtually, similar to GSU Blackboard Collaborate Ultra.
Student Learning & Licensure (formerly Via)
Via, by Watermark, is a tool used by faculty and administrators for assessment reporting on key assessment assignments against standards sets for department accreditation. It is also used by students for key assessment assignment submission and to create online portfolios.
Outcomes Assessment Projects (formerly Aqua)
Aqua, by Watermark, is a tool used by faculty and administrators for juried assessment projects and standards reporting on capstone assignments for department accreditation. It is also used by students for capstone assignment submission.
Faculty Success (formerly Digital Measures)
Digital Measures, by Watermark, is a tool used by faculty and administrators to provide evidence and feedback for instructor evaluations at scheduled intervals.