Posts Tagged: learning objects

TurningPoint – Instructor Resources

Because of the integration with the Blackboard learning management system, proper registration can be unwieldy for students. If students do an internet search, they will likely discover a different process for registration that will fail to make the link correctly to the system, resulting in their clicker or ResponseWare responses being lost. As a result,... Read more »

Adding Publisher or Open Educational Resource Content

Textbook content is widely available for free or purchase on the web, and many of these resources integrate into Blackboard easily, particularly publisher resources. Adding integration has a few benefits, though different resources will have different integration features: Ease of access: links will help students find content more easily Modular presentation: many resources allow you… Read more »

Copyright, Fair Use, and Crediting Creative Commons Media

It’s important that you consider issues of copyright when creating content for presentation online. Some copyright exemptions are allowed for resources used in a face-to-face classroom, but these exemptions don’t extend to course content presented online. For example, many faculty do a web search for images online and incorporate them into e-learning projects, but depending… Read more »

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