Faculty Videos

Blackboard has created quick on-demand interactive videos for faculty members who are using Blackboard 9.1. The videos are broken out below by common tasks you might perform while using Blackboard for your courses. Videos are short with most between 3 and 5 minutes long. Each video provides user controls so you can start, stop, fast forward, or review to parts you missed.

Keep visiting this page, ACS will continue to publish more Blackboard 9.1 videos as they become available. 

 

   WATCH Blackboard On-Demand Videos

   READ various knowledge base articles

General Overview Information

 Semester Startup

Designing and Building You Course

Grade Center  

Tests, Surveys, and Pools   

Creating Test Questions within the Test Canvas (14 questions types):

Discussion Board 

  • Creating a Discussion Board Forum
  • Grading a Discussion Board Forum
  • Creating a Discussion Board Thread
  • Replying to a Discussion Board Thread
  • Grading Discussion Board Threads
  • Searching the Discussion Board and Collecting Posts
  • Tagging Discussion Board Posts
  • Rating Discussion Board Posts
  • Managing Discussion Board Roles
  • Changing Discussion Board Forum Settings
  • Moderating Discussion Board Forums

Groups  

Assignment Tool/SafeAssign/Learning Module 

Blogs/Journals/*Wikis (*NEW Blackboard Tool)  

Course Reporting and Utilities  

World of Opportunity Wizard

Wow! Did you know service learning is important on Daemen’s campus?

The Western New York Service Learning Coalition, located on Daemen’s campus serves as a conduit for community organizations seeking service-learning students.

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Student Profiles

Peter Loney

Peter - Accounting

Accounting

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"I think one of the most crucial aspects of the Daemen curriculum is the required internship. I was an accounting intern for both a private health care company and a certified public accounting firm. I was able to apply lessons learned in the classroom to real business situations. When my internships were over, each company offered me a full-time position."