Accessible course content makes it easier for everyone to read and access your materials and can help improve overall quality and usability. There are many low-effort adjustments you can make to start creating more accessible content. This checklist will provide you with a guideline on how to do that.
Being a new faculty member, for a new semester at a new university in a new town, can be stressful. Not only do you need to find a place to live and learn about the new […]
Designing a course is certainly a tremendous undertaking. Luckily—if you already have your course designed—Blackboard is equipped with a feature that allows for any completed course to be copied onto an empty course shell. While […]
(Faculty Spotlight is a series of articles focused on highlighting faculty at FHSU that are using technology in interesting ways. Faculty Spotlight is intended to be a monthly series, so check back often to see […]