Blackboard is strongly integrated in our courses as a communication tool and to deliver study material to students. However, Blackboard has a multitude of other possibilities, that are unknown to many of us. During this workshop we will illustrate the different possibilities of Blackboard and their pros and cons. You will learn how to make an assignment, which enables students to upload their papers, reports,… and this both individually or as a group. Scoring (score, feedback, rubric) of these assignments in Blackboard is user friendly. We will also work with Blackboard tests, a useful tool to check prior knowledge and/or to check the acquired knowledge.
- PhD students from the Faculty of Medicine & Life Sciences
- January 19, 2018 - 14:00-16:00
- room c110, building D, Campus Diepenbeek.
- Registration is possible via this google-form
- DS M&LS: If you follow two optional modules on education, this can count for half a course in the category: ‘transferable skills’.