Introducing Eduflow, now available UoM wide for Semester 2 2021 onwards.
In recent days, you may have noticed a slight change to the Blackboard content editor. The WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) editor has undergone a cosmetic change as part of recent upgrades. Although it functions mostly in
This information is also relevant when checking your Semester 2 courses. Below is a checklist for our Unit Coordinators to go through to make sure that a rolled over course has been updated to the minimum standard: Step 1: Close
If you need to hide content on your course at a moment’s notice (or reveal currently something hidden) and need help on how to do so, take a look at the video below:
The FBMH eLearning team have been hard at work preparing for the start of semester one teaching. Given the new challenges that we’re all facing, it can sometimes be hard to keep up with the important updates, so we’ve summarised a number of our key updates for you below.
Our colleague Dr Jill Barber from the Centre for Applied Pharmokinetic Research has made a 3 minute video to share her tips and tricks for efficient marking of Exam/Assessment Questions when using Blackboard Tests. This video will help anyone who
Narrated presentations are often used as a substitute for face-to-face or live online lectures. This is commonly done using PowerPoint or other similar presentation software. In order to bring in elements of face-to-face lectures and increase student engagement, online lecture
News and important information.
Important updates on preparing your courses for online delivery.
Jennifer Kennedy and Tim Walton, Teaching Fellows from the Division of Nursing, Midwifery & Social Work, have developed an online resource (using Softchalk) to provide divisional colleagues with a resource bank of ideas for various aspects of online and blended