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A publication for Faculty about Online Learning at Chabot College

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Create a video in the Chabot TV Studio!
Want to create a video lecture or course introduction to include in your Blackboard site? Faculty can contact Sujoy Sarkar at the Chabot TV Studio for a recording session. Simply email Sujoy at ssarkar@chabotcollege.edu to make an appointment to come into the studio to record your video. Sujoy will work with you to edit your video and provide you with a link to your video on YouTube. With the provided link, you can link/embed your video within your course Blackboard site so that your students can easily view your video on their computers, tablets, and smart phones.

CCC Confer
CCC Confer provides a range of web-based communication and collaboration using web-conferencing technology. Funded by the California Community Colleges Chancellor's Office, CCC Confer is provided for community college employees statewide. There are "live" online training sessions starting in July. In these sessions, you will learn to upload PPT slides, use the Whiteboard, share files and websites, and poll students/ viewers. You can also view recorded training, self-paced training, or request live presenter training at any time through the following link: http://www.cccconfer.org/about/about.aspx.

Search for closed-captioned videos on YouTube
Not ready to make your own videos? There are many useful educational resources available on YouTube. And YouTube offers the benefit of a quick search for closed-captioned videos:
1) While on the YouTube site, search for the topic/video you want to find.
2) Click on the Filter button, and select CC (closed caption).
3) Copy the video title.

YouTube video search

To add the video to your Blackboard site:
1) Back in Blackboard, go to the area where you want to add a link to the closed-captioned video.
2) From the Action Toolbar, select Build Content > YouTube Video
3) Copy the video title in the search and click GO.
4) Click Select for the video clip to add.
Volume 2, May 2012

Online Retention Tips
From the Online Retention Faculty Inquiry Group.

Tips to Encourage Student Participation:
-Require students to add links to relevant / interesting sources

-Make students teachers: Assign "teaching" modules

-Allow or require students to make videos for posting to the course.

-Ask students to teach others in their circle of family and friends; start with a short "quiz" or survey they can administer with something that is a common misconception or something that might be controversial, and then have the students explain the correct (or informed) answers, and relate in their assignment to you what THEY learned by being the teacher to their friends.

-Ask students to find a great YouTube video that helped them to understand a concept, and post a link to it (properly formatted as a bibliographic entry, of course!).

*Tips submitted by Scott Hildreth


Blackboard Tips

Upload a Course Banner:
To add a course banner (image at the top of the course entry point), go to the Control Panel area > click on Customization > click on Style. On this page, scroll down to the "Select Banner" area > click Browse for Local File to locate and select and image from your computer.
 
Download a copy of your Grade Center:
For an easy way to save a copy of your Grade Center, download your Grade Center into an Excel File. Download a copy of your Grade Center by going to Grade Center > Full Grade Center > Work Offline > Download > select your preferred options > Submit > Download the Excel file.

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A publication by the Chabot College Online Learning Staff

Minta Winsor,
Distance/Online Education Coordinator; Blackboard System Administrator
Lisa Ulibarri,
Instructional Designer/Developer; Blackboard System Administrator

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