Online Resources For Diversity and Inclusion in Teaching Advice on Advising: How to Mentor Minority Students Controversial Topics in the Classroom Diversity and Inclusion in College Classroom Center for advancing-faculty-excellence UAA Practical Strategies for...
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If you’re struggling with something strange happening in your browser or a site not loading correctly often it can help to clear your cache.
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Blackboard allows you to easily embed a video if you have the embed code. The video below shows you how to embed a video from Kanopy to Blackboard. Instructions Find the video you want to use. In the example above we are using Kanopy. Click the Share button. Click...
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If you are giving an in-class Blackboard exam using Respondus Lockdown Browser, it is important to be sure all of your settings are correct. The instructions below are the recommended settings for these types of exams. Create your exam in Blackboard. To edit the...
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Do you see other people at other computers moving faster than you? Here’s how they do it!
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Feedback helps your students succeed, check out some of the the ways you can share!
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Josette Cline, Ph.D and Mindy Wilkerson, LCSW gave a team presentation titled Assisting Distressed Students: An Update on College Student Mental Health.
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Adding Student Instructions to your course Copy the following code: LDB In-Class To copy, you can highlight, right click and hit copy, or highlight and press CTRL+C(for PC) or Command+C(for mac). Log in to blackboard at learn.uark.edu, and enter the course where you...
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HIP 6: Undergraduate Research Deb Korth and Fred Speigel led a conversation about Undergraduate Research at the first HIP Discussion. HIPs are High Impact Practices that contribute to student success. In this discussion Korth and Speigel asked those gathered to...
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Did you know you can copy your exam details from a previous semester? Follow these simple steps to clone exams offered in a previous semester on to the current semester.
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