Though the May deadline for migrating to Blackboard Learn 9.1 is just around the corner, there’s still plenty of time to prepare your courses for the new system!
If you would like to teach on Blackboard 9.1 next spring, or if you’d like to get a head start on developing for next summer or fall, you can get access to your migrated course content by attending one of the following workshops:
Working with your Migrated Course is a two hour workshop focusing on adjusting content and properties to prepare migrated courses for launch. There are several of these workshops scheduled, so check out the training calendar to find a time and date that works best for you. We even have night workshops scheduled for those who can not attend during our normal workshop hours.
Blackboard Boot Camp is a three day comprehensive workshop covering the functionality of many of the major tools used in your Blackboard course. The first two days will focus on exploring the features of the major tools used in a Blackboard course. The third day is a hands-on workshop where we help you organize and prepare your course for the migration. Space is limited, so sign-up ASAP if you’d like to attend the boot camp.
We also offer in-depth workshops covering all of the major Blackboard tools. Check out the training page on our website for details on the topics covered in each of these two hour workshops.
Attend any of the workshops listed on the training page and you’ll receive a development shell where you can develop course content from scratch, a practice course with examples of Blackboard tools in use, and a student course where you can view sample content.
If you have any questions or comments, please contact us on our listserv: firstname.lastname@example.org.