Teaching and Learning is offering the My.Seneca/Blackboard Workshop series again on Mondays and Thursdays this fall.
Introduction to My.Seneca/Blackboard
Review the My.Seneca/Blackboard Minimum Requirements and prepare your course(s) to meet the criteria. Also, review the basic features of My.Seneca/Blackboard for teaching and learning purposes.
My.Seneca/Blackboard Grade Centre
Review the basic features of the My.Seneca/Blackboard Grade Centre and learn how to set up the Grade Centre for your course(s).
My.Seneca/Blackboard Collaborative Tools
Experiment with the many collaborative tools in My.Seneca/Blackboard (e.g., wikis, blogs, groups), and explore existing and potential ways to use these tools to engage students and enhance learning.
My.Seneca/Blackboard: Customization, Packages and Utilities
Learn how to customize the look and display of your My.Seneca/Blackboard course(s); organization and structure of folders/materials will also be discussed.
My.Seneca/Blackboard: Tests, Surveys and Pools
Review the online testing and surveying options in My.Seneca/Blackboard. By the end of the workshop, you will be able to build/import test questions, create tests and surveys from these questions, and set test and survey parameters.
My.Seneca/Blackboard Communication Tools
Experiment with the many communication tools in My.Seneca/Blackboard (e.g., discussion board, voice board, email, video everywhere), and explore existing and potential ways to use these tools to engage students and enhance learning.
My.Seneca/Blackboard: Retention Centre and Performance Dashboard
Review the features and options of the Retention Centre as well as the Performance Dashboard in My.Seneca/Blackboard. By the end of the workshop, you will be able to set criteria to help track and assist at-risk students.
My.Seneca/Blackboard Drop-in Clinic
Classes are starting. Need help getting your courses up and running on My.Seneca/Blackboard? Need some one-on-one help with a particular tool (or a particular problem)? Drop in on Friday, Sept. 11, from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. in Room A2508, Newnham Campus.