Blackboard Example CoursesThe purpose of this page is to provide you with examples of ways you can organize your courses, and what you can do with a Blackboard course. Some have extensive video use, some have tapped into Google Drive to help with the management of the course, and all are organized differently.
The courses below are example that have been built in Blackboard by Linfield faculty, staff, and even students.
To access the courses:
- Login to Blackboard
- Click on an enroll link below to the course self regitration, and follow the instructions
- Access the courses you are enrolled in from your My Linfield Blackboard Page, or the course title links below
You will be enrolled as a student, able to view the course as a student would. If you would like to see everything from an instructor perspective please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Faculty and Staff CoursesThese are actual courses provided courtesy of the professors who created them. They have been shared without student information or content. Next to the course name you will find some of the distinguishing features of the course.
Introduction to Cultural Anthropology (enroll) - Start page, organization of modules, left menu, images, grades, rubrics
Mass Communication Ethics (enroll) - Welcome page, variety of content, left menu, images, audio, Kaltrua, Google Docs
Introduction to Visual Culture (enroll) - Welcome page with weekly notes, organization of modules, blogs, discussion questions, Kaltura
Intro to Media Writing (enroll) - Start page banner, left menu use, class activity materials, grades, Google Docs
Slavery in America (enroll) - Start page with welcome, images, unit overviews, tests, grades, rubrics, Kaltura
Survey of Psychology (enroll) - Left menu, organization of modules, weekly calendar, journal, grades, rubris, TurnItIn
Intercultural Communication (enroll) - Welcome page, images, organization of modules, tests, grades, rubrics, discussion questions
Online Colloquium (enroll) - Welcome page, uses of OCE template, organization of modules, grades, rubrics, Google Docs
Student CoursesThe student courses were delevoped by student assistants in the Faculty Development Lab to be examples of how they like to see courses organized. These are "barebones" courses, but still give a good idea. They have been shared without student information or content. Next to the course name you will find some of the distinguishing features of the course.
The Second Wizarding War (enroll) - schedule, defined sections, discussion board
History of Colorado! (enroll) - Welcome, Kaltura, seperated units