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Faculty Guide to Integrating Library Resources Into Blackboard Courses

A step-by-step guide on how to add library resources to your online courses in Blackboard, including online video, direct links to articles and databases, eBooks, and more.

Videos and courses on running a successful online class

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    • Online instruction requires different methods to help students learn. This course is designed to help teachers update their skill sets to teach effectively online.
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  • Teaching Online: Synchronous Classes
    • Explore tools, tips, and techniques for leading real-time virtual training. No matter what teaching tool you use, from Adobe Connect to Blackboard to Google Hangouts, you can apply these lessons to your own digital classroom to increase collaboration and connection with students.

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G.R. Little Library

Elizabeth City State University