1 Quick start guide to Blackboard at Keele Table of Contents What is the KLE and why do we use it?... 3 Sign-in to the KLE... 3 Tabs and Sub-Tabs... 3 Panels and Customising the Home Tab... 3 Tools in the KLE... 4 Assessments in the KLE... 4 Grade Centre... 5 What are Course Content Areas... 6 How to Create a Content Area... 7 Plan Your Content Areas... 8 Questions to consider:... 8 Manage Course Menu Links... 9 How to Create a Content Folder Creating Content About Content Types How to Create an Item Linking to HTML Files How to Create Audio, Image, and Video Links Audio Files Image Files Video Files How to Create a Web Link
3 What is the KLE and why do we use it? The Keele Learning Environment (KLE) is the core online learning platform for Keele University and is powered by Blackboard Learn. This page captures key points from the web page Sign-in to the KLE From the Keele home page, click on the Staff or Students button at the top of the page. Enter your Keele username and password as provided by IT Services. If you have forgotten your login details, please contact the IT Service Desk. esk/ Tabs and Sub-Tabs After you've signed in, you will always have the Home, Learning, Co-Curriculum and The Office tabs at the top of the screen. Some users may see additional tabs (e.g. Content Collection). A tab can also have sub-tabs that appear below it. Panels and Customising the Home Tab We encourage you to personalise the pages inside the KLE to give you the best user experience possible. To add a panel (often confusingly called a module or information box), simply follow the steps demonstrated by the animation example, the My Courses panel is added to the Home tab. 3
4 There are over 140 different types of item users can add to their Home page, including University news feeds, journals and news companies featuring content from their latest issue and much, much more. Staff can request new items be added to the list by submitting a request to the IT Service Desk. esk/ Tools in the KLE You can add tools to use with your students in the KLE which will enhance the learning activities you design. These can include :- Discussions, Blogs, Journals, Announcements, Assessments, Quizzes, Reading Lists, Embedded text books, YouTube and web links. Assessments and Assignments in the KLE You can add quizzes, assignments and surveys to the KLE. There are different question types for Tests and Surveys which are covered in detail on the Blackboard Help website and include video demonstrations. 4
5 Blackboard has its own Matched text service to aid plagiarism detection, similar to Turnitin, called SafeAssign. You must familiarise yourself with SafeAssign settings before you use it in a live course. The help pages can be found via this link. Grade Centre The Grade holds any marks from quizzes and assignments you set for student assessments. There is a live link from Turnitin Grademark service to a column in the Grade Centre. You always have the choice of making Grades visible or invisible to students. It is therefore essential that you have a good working knowledge of this part of the KLE. Blackboard Help website here. 5
6 What are Course Content Areas You can create course areas to serve as containers for your course material. Course areas enable you to present various types of content in an organized and engaging way. The top-level course areas are called content areas, which you create, link, and manage on the course menu. Typically, courses contain multiple content areas. The next level of course areas includes folders, learning modules, and lesson plans. You create these course areas within an existing content area or other course area. After you create a course area, you can create content items within it to present your course material. You can include content such as text, file attachments, links to websites, tests, assignments, and multimedia. For example, you can create a content area called "Units" that contains learning modules for Unit 1, Unit 2, Unit 3, and so on. Each of the learning modules contains reading materials, assignments, tests, and links to tools to help student accomplish the learning objectives for each unit. A. Content areas are the top-level course areas that provide your course structure. They appear on the course menu only. They contain other course areas and content items. B. Folders are containers for content. C. Learning modules are containers for content, can include a table of contents, and can require sequential viewing of its content. D. Lesson plans are containers for content, and present objectives and other details directly above its list of content items. E. Create content within course areas by pointing to Build Content, Assessments, and Tools on the action bar. To learn more, see Create Content in a Course Area,Create Assessments in a Course Area, and Link to Tools in a Course Area. 6
7 How to Create a Content Area Content areas are the top-level course areas. You create and manage them on the course menu. 1. Change Edit Mode to ON and point to the plus sign above the course menu. The Add Menu Item drop-down list appears. 2. Click Content Area. 3. Type a Name for the new content area. 4. Select the Available to Users check box. You can create content areas ahead of time, make them unavailable to users, and then make them available at the appropriate time. 5. Click Submit. A link to the new content area appears on the course menu. A newly created content area is an empty container. Click the link to the content area to access it. Next, point to any of the functions on the action bar to create content. 7
8 Plan Your Content Areas Links to the content areas you create appear on the course menu and provide the overall structure of your course. Plan how you will organize the entire course and envision how your course menu will look and function. Three common organizational approaches are chronologically, by content type, and by subject area. Each content area contains a week s worth of readings, assignments, lecture notes, and discussion forums. Similar content types are grouped together in a content area, such as all the lectures for the entire course. Each content area contains lecture material and readings on a specific subject, along with assignments, discussion forums, and tests. Questions to consider: What is the best way to divide the course material into manageable sections? Do you want course materials presented in chronological order, by textbook chapter, or by subject area? Do you want each unit to follow a predictable pattern? For example, you can include reading materials followed by a quiz and a discussion board wrap-up. Do you want students to move through your course material sequentially, nonsequentially, or a mixture of both? 8
9 Manage Course Menu Links You can organize and rename the links on the course menu to make them easier for students to use. A. Use the drag-and-drop function to reorder links on the course menu. B. Alternatively, use the keyboard accessible reordering tool to reorder the links. C. Access a link's contextual menu and click Rename Link to change its title. Click Hide Link to make it unavailable to students. Click Show Link to make it available to students. Delete removes the content area AND all content items within it. This action is final. D. With Edit Mode set to ON, an unavailable link title appears with a square with a diagonal line through it. Students do not see the link on the course menu. 9
10 How to Create a Content Folder Folders are a type of course area that you can use to organize content. You create folders in existing course areas, such as content areas, learning modules, lesson plans, or in other folders. After you create a folder, you can add content and additional sub-folders to it. For example, in a content area, you can create folders for each week of your course. Use folders to organize content to make materials easier to find and reduce the amount of scrolling in a course area. You want to limit the number of nested folders used so that students can access content with as few clicks as possible. 1. Change Edit Mode to ON and access a content area. 2. On the action bar, point to Build Content and click Content Folder. 3. On the Create Content Folder page, type a name and an optional description or instructions. 4. Select the options: 1. Click Yes to Permit Users to View this Content. 2. Click Yes to Track Number of Views. 3. Select the Display After and Display Until check boxes to enable the date and time selections. Display restrictions do not affect folder availability, only when it appears. 5. Click Submit. A link to the new folder appears in the course area. A newly created folder is an empty container. Click the link to the folder in the course area to access it. Next, point to any of the functions in the action bar to create content. After creating content in a folder, you can set the sequence of items with the drag-and-drop function or the keyboard accessible reordering tool on the action bar. To learn more, see Edit and Manage Course Areas and Content. 10
11 Creating Content Blackboard provides many options for creating content. After you create a course area, such as a content area, learning module, lesson plan, or folder, you create content in it by pointing to its action bar to reveal menus for selecting content items, tests, and links to tools. You can make content relevant and interactive by including several different types of learning materials and experiences. For example, you can provide online lectures, multimedia, and surveys. As you create content, you can set its options, such as availability. This enables you to create content and make it unavailable to users until you are ready for them to view it. 11
12 About Content Types You can create many different content types in your course areas. Advance planning of the items to include in course areas can save you time and create a more organized final product. Consider your course goals, objectives, and audience demographics. Review your existing materials to determine what you can use online. Consider outlining or storyboarding a content area, learning module, lesson plan, or folder before creating content to create a logical organization. The following table describes the different content types available in the Build Content dropdown list. Content Type Item File Audio Image Video Web link Learning module Lesson plan Syllabus Course link Content folder Blank page Module page Mashups Description An item can contain text, audio, movies, files, images, and mashups. If you add text, you can format it using the content editor functions. An HTML file that you can use in your course. These files can be viewed as a page within your course or as a separate piece of content in a separate browser window. Upload files from your computer and incorporate them in a course area. Link to an outside website or resource. A set of content that includes a structured path for progressing through the items. A special content type that combines information about the lesson itself with the curriculum resources used to teach it Enables you to attach an existing syllabus file or build a course syllabus by walking through a series of steps A shortcut to an item, tool, or area in a course. A course area that contains content items. Folders allow content to be structured with a hierarchy or categories. The blank page tool allows you to include files, images, and text as a link in a course area. Blank pages present content in a different way than items do. There is no description that appears below the title of the page. Users see your content only after clicking the link. A page containing dynamic personalized content modules that help users keep track of tasks, tests, assignments, and new content created in the course. Mashups allow you to include content in a course that is from an external website. Three types of mashups are available: 12
13 Flickr Photo : Link to a site for viewing and sharing photographic images SlideShare: Link to a site for viewing and sharing PowerPoint presentations, Word documents, or Adobe PDF Portfolios YouTube : Link to a site for viewing and sharing online videos How to Create an Item You can use content items to present a variety of course material. 1. Change Edit Mode to ON and access a content area or folder. 2. On the action bar, point to Build Content and click Item. 3. On the Create Item page, type a Name. 4. Optionally, type instructions or a description in the Text box. 5. Alternatively, in the Attachments section, click Browse My Computer to upload a file from your computer. The file is saved in Course Files or the Content Collection in the top-level folder. You can also upload a file from the course's storage repository: o If Course Files is the course's storage repository, click Browse Course. -OR- o If your institution licenses content management, click Browse Content Collection. 6. Select the Options: 1. Click Yes to Permit Users to View this Content. 2. Click Yes to Track Number of Views. 3. Select the Display After and Display Until check boxes to enable the date and time selections. Display restrictions do not affect item availability, only when it appears. 7. Click Submit. You can a link to a file you are including in a content item. In the Content Collection or Course Files, access the file's contextual menu and click 360 View. Copy the permanent URL address and paste it in an . 13
15 How to Create Audio, Image, and Video Links 1. Change Edit Mode to ON and access a content area or folder. 2. On the action bar, point to Build Content and click Audio, Image, or Video. The Create page appears and is similar for all three content types. 3. Click Browse My Computer to upload a file from your computer. You can also upload a file from the course's storage repository: o o If Course Files is the course's storage repository, click Browse Course. -OR- If your institution licenses content management, click Browse Content Collection. 4. If the mashups function is available, you can browse for and link to content available on the internet. 5. Click Select a Different File to delete the file you linked. 6. Type a Name. This name appears in the course area as a link. 7. Set the Options. Audio, video, and image files each have unique options for displaying their content. These are listed later in this section. 8. Select the Standard Options: 1. Click Yes to Permit Users to View this Content. 2. Click Yes to Track Number of Views. 3. Select the Display After and Display Until check boxes to enable the date and time selections. Display restrictions do not affect item availability, only when it appears. 9. Preview the content and click Submit when you are finished. Audio Files An audio file appears as a player in your course. The player has options for play, pause, forward, and rewind. Blackboard Learn supports the following file types: AIFF, MP3, MIDI, MP, WAV, and WMA. Options for audio files in a course include: Include Transcript: Including a text transcript is a standard web practice and allows users that cannot hear the audio to get the same information. Browse your computer to attach your own transcript file. It will appear with the audio file in the course area. 15
16 Autostart: The file begins playing when a user opens the course area that includes the audio file. Loop: The file plays again from the beginning until stopped by a user. Image Files Blackboard Learn supports the following image file types: GIF, JIF, JPG, JPEG, PNG, TIFF, and WMF. Options for image files in a course include: Alt Text: Provide an alternate text phrase that explains the image and its purpose for those using screen readers. Long Description: Provides a similar function to alt text, but the text description is longer and more detailed. Dimensions: For images, the height and width in pixels should match the original image. If you need to resize the image, customize the dimensions, but keep the same ratio between height and width. For example, you can resize an image of 640 x 800 pixels to 320 x 400 pixels. Changing the ratio of the dimensions will make the image appear stretched. Border: Include a solid black line, from one to four pixels in width, around the picture. Target URL: Make the image a link by providing a target URL. When a user clicks the image, a new browser window will open to the URL Open Target in New Window: Display the content in a new browser window. Video Files Higher quality videos provide better resolution, but are much bigger files and can take a long time to load before playing. Consider the balance between resolution and load time and test it to find the right settings for the video. Compatible multimedia formats include: MPEG/AVI: MPEG (Moving Picture Expert Groups) files are audio-visual files in a digital compressed format. AVI (Audio Video Interleave) is Microsoft s file format for storing audio and video data. These files have the following extensions: AVI, MPG, and MPEG. QuickTime: QuickTime is a video and animation system that supports most formats, including JPG and MPEG. Users with Windows will require a 16
17 QuickTime driver to view QuickTime files. Macintosh users do not require this driver. These files have the following extensions: MOV, MOOV, and QT. Flash/Shockwave: Adobe Flash and Shockwave files support audio, animation, and video. They are browser independent. These files have the following extensions: SWA and SWF. Microsoft formats: ASF (Advanced Systems Format) is Microsoft's proprietary digital audio and video container which is especially suited for streaming media. WMV (Windows Media Video) is a video compression format. These files have the following extensions: ASF and WMV. Options for video files in your course include: Dimensions: For video files, the height and width in pixels should match the original settings. If the size of the video picture is too big, customize the dimensions, but keep the same ratio between height and width. For example, you can resize an image at 640 x 800 pixels to 320 x 400. Changing the ratio of the dimensions will make the picture appear stretched. Transcript: Including a text transcript is standard web practice and allows users that cannot hear the audio to get the information. Browse your computer to attach your own transcript file. It will appear with the video file in the course area. If the video file is an MPEG file, you can use the Include Transcript field to attach a SAMI transcript file. Autostart: The file begins playing when a user opens the course area that includes the video file. Loop: The file plays again from the beginning until stopped by a user. 17
18 How to Create a Web Link Create a website link in a course area to provide quick access to a resource on the internet. Copy the URL from your browser and paste it into this page. After you upload a file, you can click Select a Different File to delete the file you linked. 1. Change Edit Mode to ON and access a content area or folder. 2. On the action bar, point to Build Content and click Web Link. 3. On the Create Web Link page, type a Name for the link that will display in the course area. 4. Type a URL. Use the protocol, such as 5. Click Browse My Computer to upload a file from your computer. You can also upload a file from the course's storage repository: o o If Course Files is the course's storage repository, click Browse Course. -OR- If your institution licenses content management, click Browse Content Collection. 6. Set the Options: 1. Click Yes to Permit Users to View this Content. 2. Click Yes for Open in New Window to display the content in a new browser window. 3. Click Yes to Track Number of Views. 4. Select the Display After and Display Until check boxes to enable the date and time selections. Display restrictions do not affect item availability, only when it appears. 7. Click Submit. 18
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