Learning Technologies can help you get the digital resources you need to enhance your course. Find out more about the services we offer below.
Open Educational Resources
Ready to ditch the textbook? We can help you to identify existing free, online textbooks or create an original compilation of online resources for your students and work to incorporate these resources into your courses.
Resources to Investigate
Working closely with the Library, Learning Technologies can help you obtain and use copyrighted digital material for your online, hybrid, or web-enhanced course. If you plan to include sections of copyrighted videos in your courses, we can contact the publisher to determine any associated costs, or help you explore the library’s extensive offerings of royalty-free videos. If you need help with video licensing or copyright, contact Becky Benkert at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Publisher Testbanks & Content
We can help you upload and organize publisher testbanks into randomized Blackboard tests for your students, ensuring that they don’t all get the same questions, but are tested on all learning outcomes equally. We can also help you link to publisher content and integrate it into your own Blackboard material.
Currently, our Blackboard environment is integrated with the following publishers and third party software:
- Cengage Learning MindLinks
- Flickr (Mashup)
- McGraw-Hill Campus
- McGraw-Hill Connect and Create
- NBC Content Integration
- Pearson’s MyLab & Mastering
- Pearson REVEL
- Qwickly Course Communication Module
- RAVE Blackboard Access
- SCORM Player
- SoftChalk Publish with ScoreCenter 1.2.3
- SlideShare (Mashup)