This page is for faculty who teach face-to-face and blended courses and are responsible for designing their course in Blackboard Learn (not a course through OCDE, not an Accelerated Learning course).

If you teach AL courses, click here to find related Blackboard Learn resources.

Blackboard Learn: Video Tutorials to Help Faculty Get Started

Four Foundational Videos: 

  • Here is a link to 4 videos that demonstrate how to use the most common Blackboard tools faculty use to develop courses: 4 Videos

Blackboard Basics Video:

Blackboard Assessments and Respondus Videos:

  • Blackboard Assessments video is here. This is condensed from the full session (link below) from July 2020.
  • Respondus LockDown Browser video is here. This is condensed from the full session (link below) from July 2020.
    • Handout that is referred to throughout the video.
  • For a full recording of the Blackboard Assessments and Respondus session with all related resources, please click here.

Asynchronous Tools Video (Discussion Boards, Groups, Group Discussion Boards, Group Assignments, Journals):

  • Asynchronous Tools video is here. This is condensed from the full session (link below) from July 2020.
  • Full recording of the Asynchronous Tools session with related resources is here.

How to Avoid Running Out of Space in Your Course

Blackboard Learn Tutorials from A to Z

Click to browse and search by key word all of our Blackboard Tutorials

 

Help for Students

There is also a Blackboard Learn channel on the portal, under the Student tab, with resources for students.

Here is a link to 24-videos playlist, made by Blackboard to assist studentshttps://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLontYaReEU1seUE3ACG3sEc3zR7Br7URU

Short video tutorials for various actions are below:

Handouts to share with students