Copyright is a factor that must be taken into consideration when using already produced content for your course. Creative Commons provides an easy resource for content that is licensed for you to use. Visit https://creativecommons.org/education for more information.
The TEACH Act, signed by President Bush on November 2, 2002, the Technology, Education, and Copyright Harmonization (TEACH) Act is the product of discussion and negotiation among academic institutions, publishers, library organizations and Congress. It offers many improvements over previous… Read more ›
A great resource available to UA faculty and staff is Adobe 11 Pro. It is available for download on both MAC and PC through the UA Software program. Once you have this software downloaded onto your computer you can easily… Read more ›
A most under used, yet very valuable, tool can be found within the Course Management>Control Panel>Course Tools menu called Date Management. This amazing report can assist you in adjusting your copied content dates in one user interface. This can keep you… Read more ›
There are a couple of ways to copy course content from an existing Blackboard shell to another. The Course Copy feature found in Custom Management>Control Panel>Packages & Utilities, allows you to select specific content areas to copy into another shell,… Read more ›