Instructors are discovering that when they attach files the way they’re used to students are receiving a red-bar error. This is a known issue in Bb and one Blackboard is currently attempting to fix. Until they do (or until we’re able to install the Hot Fix which contains the fix) they’ve supplied us with this work around:
If you’re not familiar with how to log in to Blackboard this video will help you along, showing you where to find the links on the home page, what credentials are necessary to log in, where to find additional documentation, and how to tell whether you’re correctly enrolled in a course.
This is just a basic overview for anyone new to Blackboard. Once you’ve successfully logged in, you’re taken to your own personal My Blackboard page. This tutorial let’s you know what you can expect to find and how to navigate this area.
Twitter is a free social networking and micro-blogging service that enables its users to send and read messages known as tweets. Tweets are text-based posts of up to 140 characters displayed on the author’s profile page and delivered to the author’s subscribers who are known as followers. Senders can restrict delivery to those in their circle of friends or, by default, allow open access. Users can send and receive tweets via the Twitter website, Short Message Service (SMS) or external applications. – Wikipedia.org
For those of you who have attended our session on Twitter, here are the links to the sites and software we used in our presentation.
- Twitter – http://www.twitter.com
- A True Beginner’s Guide to Getting the Most of Twitter – http://www.sarahjoaustin.com/twitter-beginners-ebook/
- TwitPic – http://www.twitpic.com
- TinyURL – http://tinyurl.com
- Brizzly – http://brizzly.com/
- HootSuite – http://hootsuite.com/
- TweetDeck – http://www.tweetdeck.com/beta/
- TwHistory – http://www.twhistory.com