Student Resources

Blackboard Learn Training

Instructional Videos on Blackboard’s YouTube Channel:

Student Videos (By Topic)

Respondus

Respondus Lockdown Browser is a custom browser that locks down the testing environment within Blackboard. View the  Student Video.

Hoonuit (formerly Atomic Learning)

Hoounit is on-demand professional training tutorials for faculty, staff, and students, to include Blackboard training.

Hampton University is proud to use Blackboard Learn 9.1 as its e-learning system. Blackboard Learn 9.1 is designed to enhance your classroom and campus experience. Blackboard Learn technology helps to make learning more effective in and beyond the traditional classroom walls.

Instructor Resources

Free Blackboard Webinars and Courses

Blackboard is offering a free webinar training series for faculty to help with transitioning to remote instruction. Register at Instructor Webinar Series.

Free courses are being offered in the Transitioning to Online Teaching Certificate. Go to Blackboard Academy Catalog and select “Free Courses” from the “Type of Course” section from the left hand menu.

Blackboard Learn Training

Instructional Videos on Blackboard’s YouTube Channel:

Instructor Videos (By Topic)

Respondus

Hoonuit (formerly Atomic Learning)

Hoounit is on-demand professional training tutorials for faculty, staff, and students, to include Blackboard training.

Instructions for Remote Course Delivery

In the event that face-to-face instruction is disrupted, there are several activities that you can initiate for academic continuity and there is minimal lost to class time.

The key concept in remote instruction is to maintain substantive communication with your students, individually or collectively and on a regular basis.  These methods do not have to be elaborate.  Hampton University provides all faculty with access to the Blackboard Learning Management System. 

Review your planned in-class face-to-face activities and consider comparable online activities. This list should help you find the closest parallels between your in person class activity and the online equivalent.

Edited with permission of  Keep Teaching At Queens College

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