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13 Things in Blackboard: A Course Facilitator's Guide

Show simple item record Mattson, Janna 2020-12-19T00:57:13Z 2020-12-19T00:57:13Z 2020-06
dc.description.abstract 13 Things in Blackboard​ is a self-paced extended learning opportunity designed to encourage library staff to experiment with unfamiliar learning technologies and foster understanding of best practices in online pedagogy in a collaborative space before implementing them in real time.This guide takes the course facilitator, or better yet, a facilitating group through the process of pitching this professional development program to administration, recruiting a cohort, building and facilitating the course, and post-course assessment. While this guide is specific to Blackboard and the learning activities that support typical IL teaching at George Mason University, activities can be modified to meet institution-specific learning needs and/or its learning management system (LMS). en_US
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dc.subject Blackboard en_US
dc.subject information literacy en_US
dc.title 13 Things in Blackboard: A Course Facilitator's Guide en_US
dc.type Working Paper en_US

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