courses are delivered via
the World Wide Web and require no face-to-face meetings.
who are interested in teaching an online course should call the
Department of Online Learning at (201) 200-3449 to schedule an appointment
with an educational technologist. During the initial appointment
(which generally lasts from one to two hours) the educational technologist
will discuss best practices in online pedagogy with the professor
and will provide hands on training in Blackboard to assist the faculty
member in transforming his/her course from a face-to-face to an
online format. Subsequent appointments will be scheduled as needed.
course shells will be automatically generated for faculty teaching
fully online courses, blended and face-to-face courses.
or Blended Courses..
courses are face-to-face courses which utilize a web-based
component (e.g., Blackboard Learn) to enhance regularly scheduled course meetings.
courses are courses in which the content is distributed
between online and face-to-face instruction.
are interested in teaching web-enhanced or blended courses should
follow the same procedures noted above to request assistance.
request to restore a course from Blackboard CE8 into Blackboard Learn 9.1 by completing the following form: Restore CE8 Course in Blackboard Learn . These requests should be initiated at least two weeks
prior to the start of the semester. Please allow forty-eight hours for course creation.
Follow the links
below for more information about getting started..