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Blackboard and Internet Course Development Workshop Series

Teaching using Blackboard in a face-to-face course

To use Blackboard in a face-to-face course, please register for and complete the Blackboard Learn: Creating a Course workshop.

Additionally, the Center for Teaching and Learning offers a comprehensive Blackboard Learning Series (BLS) which includes the workshops listed below. Completion of this series is required in order to participate in the Internet Course Development workshop.

  • Blackboard Learn: Creating a Course
  • Blackboard Collaboration Tools
  • Blackboard Assessment Tools

Full workshop descriptions and registration is available using the Training Manager Self-Registration System. Enrollment is on a first-come, first-serve basis and is limited. Due to training creating needs for Blackboard workshops, registration for Blackboard workshops closes 3 business days prior to the start date.  Please register early.

If you have any questions about the Blackboard Learning Series, please contact Lisa Lezon-Dyrda at LezonL2@morainevalley.edu.

Teaching hybrid or fully online courses

If you have never taught hybrid or online courses at Moraine Valley before:

1. Complete the Blackboard Learning Series

2. Read the Internet Course Development Packet.

3. Complete and submit the Internet Course Proposal Form.

If you have any questions about the Internet Course Development Workshop series, please contact LaWanda Burrell at burrelll2@morainevalley.edu.

If you have taught hybrid or online courses at Moraine Valley before:

Optionally, you may participate in the Faculty Learning Group which consists faculty who have taught online courses in the past that would like to develop a new course, but would like to get updated on the latest in online learning and discuss their experiences with other online faculty members. The faculty members in the Faculty Learning Group control the structure and content in this workshop series.  The group which usually meets for 4-6 weeks.

If you are interested in developing a new online course, complete and submit the Internet Course Proposal Form.

If you would like to participate in the Faculty Learning Group, or if you have any questions, please contact Lisa Lezon-Dyrda at LezonL2@morainevalley.edu.