So a student asks you to write a letter of recommendation… Will you do it? What should you write? How should you send it? Read on for some guidance and links to more resources that will guide you on the process, from accepting or declining to write, to actually writing and sending the letter off.
For the 18th C Philosophes it was not enough to want to shed the Light of Reason on all surrounding obscure(d) things. With the Encyclopédie, Diderot and d’Alembert also aspired to enlighten all those hitherto (kept) in the dark. Could Wikipedia be considered a measure of that endeavor’s success?
Can't wait to see your students' responses to the official course evaluations? Those glorious data and juicy comments are available after it's all over, too late to influence the way your class is going. Why not design your own evaluation questionnaire and let your students fill it out now, when there is still plenty of time to cut, trim, add, boost, redress, repair, restore, fix, mend, overhaul, and make your cours
You should never be afraid to ask for help with instructional technologies, and the CTL technologists are available to support you. But "Help! I can't see my Blackboard course!" is not the most efficient way to start troubleshooting. This post offers some tips on how to better communicate a tech problem.
Blackboard? Our roadmap covers how this behemoth can be put to work to handle your course logistics and smooth your workflow from the beginning to the end of the semester. In seven minutes or less, let this Blackboard Roadmap take you through the advantages of setting up your course in Blackboard. See how Blackboard can securely shelter your course files and organize them in an appetizing menu, and can make all or