Research shows that meaningfully integrated interactions (student–content, student–student, and student–teacher) increase learning outcomes.
Online labs: This page includes a list of external interactive resources for a variety of subject areas.
Case Study: ManUniCast is a publicly accessible weather and air quality forecasting tool accessed through modern web browsers. It aims to support the teaching in the School of Earth, Atmospheric and Environmental Sciences, while also educating the public about how weather and air-quality forecasts are made.
Examples ofl tools that can quickly and easily be embedded into Blackboard to enhance your course content and learner engagement.
Case Study: Until recently, the School of Materials directed learners to paper-based resources to look at weave structures. This was becoming increasingly unpopular with learners, as the books with this information are expensive to buy and are in high demand in the University library.
Celina Jones from the School of Materials contacted the FSE eLearning team to propose the creation of an online catalogue of weave structures.
A post about Twitter, written by Fiona C Saunders, Lecturer in Project Management at The University of Manchester
This webpage contains detailed guidance on how you can combine Blackboard’s Student Preview and adaptive release tools to verify tests or assignments and test out marking process.