Learning@Richmond May 2012
May 2, 2012
This past year, Dr. Berry utilized multiple modes of inquiry, including science, literature, film, art, song, and current events to spark student interest in human aging and development. When approached from a pedagogical perspective, DST becomes a succinct and integrative teaching and learning tool. It challenges students to synch narrative with visual images. Digital storytelling “allows students to learn in a very efficient, focused manner.”
At the end of the semester, it is strongly recommended that instructors export their BlackBoard Grade Center to an Excel file because all student information (including their grades) are removed from Blackboard sixty days after the semester ends. This issue will provide you with eight easy steps to export your Blackboard Grade Center.
Plus a word from CTLT Director Kevin J. T. Creamer, and what your CTLT liaison has planned for this summer.
If you have any comments, questions, or ideas for future issues, please contact the Learning@Richmond editor, Dr. Matthew Trevett-Smith.
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