• Tools for Learning Activities: Blackboard Wikis

    What is a wiki? why use a wiki in teaching & learning? See Learning Activities: Wikis on the TEL website. Blackboard Wikis are collaborative spaces for group project work that can show individual contribution to a general piece of work. Wikis are created and managed by instructors and can be set…

  • Tools for Learning Activities: Blackboard Activities – Journals

    The information in this article is correct at the time of writing, please check our TEL Blog for the latest information on Technology at the University of Reading. Blackboard journals are individual private areas that provide a discrete space for students to post content which can be viewed or graded…

  • Tools for Learning Activities: Blackboard Activities – Discussion Boards

    The information in this article is correct at the time of writing, please check our TEL Blog for the latest information on Technology at the University of Reading. Blackboard Discussion Boards are collaborative spaces for discursive exercises, like course questions, peer assessment, or building a sense of community. Discussion Boards…

  • Tools for Learning Activities: Blackboard Activities – Blogs

    The information in this article is correct at the time of writing, please check our TEL Blog for the latest information on Technology at the University of Reading. Blackboard blogs are individual course-facing areas that allow students and instructors enrolled onto a module to engage with each other’s content. Blogs…

  • Blackboard Assignment: Attach a rubric

    Set up the assignment When creating the assignment, in the GRADING section, below ‘Points Possible’ is the option Associated Rubrics > Add Rubric. This is used to associate a rubric to an assignment. The drop down menu has three options: Select Rubric – choose a pre-existing rubric. Create New Rubric…