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Content with the Blackboard Content System?: One Year Later. Presented By Anne Judd (CSU, East Bay) Dennis Hood (Princeton University) David Middleton (Seton Hall University). March 1, 2006. Content System: Storage in Use per Area. Content System: Storage in Use per Area.
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Content with the Blackboard Content System?: One Year Later Presented By Anne Judd (CSU, East Bay) Dennis Hood (Princeton University) David Middleton (Seton Hall University) March 1, 2006
Content System Storage Quotas *actually unlimited, but additional space must be requested
Content SystemFuture Direction (2006) • Develop specific training/documentation • Develop Portfolio templates to fit National and State requirements • Raise campus awareness of CS • Waiting for added functionality • Continued integration with SAN
Content SystemFuture Direction (2006) • Incorporate CS storage with existing NAS system • Make CS means for faculty to share large files with colleagues outside PU • Make CS available to students • Make Portfolio available to students • Building block for displaying ereserve metadata
Content SystemFuture Direction 2006 • Extend Standards Block to Nursing • Support/Extend Portfolio development needs • Continued use of CS to support Core Curriculum
Content SystemEnhancement Requests 2006 • Ability to email or send passes to entire folders • Functionality to clean-up content of removed users • Functionality to mass populate course w/ CS content • Ability to unify established NAS / SAN systems • Make Share feature more collaborative so outsiders can add content
Content SystemEnhancement Requests (cont’d) • Make it easy for recipient to remove portfolios • Ability to import portfolios into different systems • More flexibility on how portfolio is exported • Ability to restrict templates to specific roles or groups • Make it easier to search for a particular file in an instructors Content Area
Content SystemEnhancement Requests (cont’d) • Learning Object interface with MERLOT and other repositories • Create a CS Bookmark module for the Portal • Ability to display e-reserve metadata • Better functionality for opening in the LS compressed web sites stored in the CS • Allow text box editor to be used just in CS
Content SystemEnhancement Requests (cont’d) • Functionality to link editable CS areas courses for student use • Better bridges to learning system • Change default location when connecting from a course • More flexible Portfolio system • Expanded Portfolio development tools
Portfolio/CS Standards Building Block • Assessment System tied to Educational Objectives • Automatically Generated Portfolio • Report Generator • e-Portfolios for Assessment and Accreditation • Seton Hall University • The George Washington University • Wednesday March 1 4:30 PM
Seneca Content System: My Website CS building block demo -- create/maintain personal, organizational, & institutional website with short URLs Session Title - Faculty and Student File Storage with the Blackboard Content System: Two Case Studies Wednesday, 1:30pm
Content with the Blackboard Content System? • Follow up Contact(s): • Dennis Hood firstname.lastname@example.org • Anne Judd email@example.com • David Middleton firstname.lastname@example.org • IF YOU ONLY REMEMBER 1 THING (05): • Though it must to evolve to serve our needs more fully, the Blackboard Content System is the right model for course and student content management.