What’s New in Blackboard Service Pack 14
The upgrade delivers exciting innovations as well as providing improvements to core capabilities, resulting in a better experience for all users. Take a moment to go through this lesson to learn about some existing features that have been improved and some really exciting new features that have been added.
Service Pack 11 Video Tutorials
Retention Center: You need to detect student problem areas and make corrections before it’s too late. The new course Retention Center in Blackboard Learn automatically brings attention to student performance and engagement risk factors and quickly triggers alerts – with no set up required.
Discussions: The rebuilt discussions in Blackboard Learn makes it simple for faculty and students to engage in conversations with one another. This new interface lets students easily follow along with discussion threads and post replies.
New Calendar: Your schedule just opened up. Spend less time organizing your calendar and more time doing what’s on it. Consolidate course items into a modern, easy-to-use, personalized view. And export to third-party calendars like Outlook or Google.
Video Everywhere: The new Video Everywhere Building Block allows faculty and students to seamlessly record and reuse videos in Blackboard Learn for faculty and students.
Content Editor: No coding experience needed required. The easy-to-use Content Editor reads, writes and renders modern HTML, making it a breeze to create rich course materials for your students.
Enterprise Surveys and Course Evaluations: Access valuable feedback through Enterprise Surveys & Course Evaluations — all within your Blackboard Learn environment and through your existing license.
Item Analysis: Item analysis measures a question’s effectiveness and validity.