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Fall 2021 is BbLearn's Last Semester
BbLearn will not be available to login to after Fall 2021. Instructors should use the Fall 2021 semester to setup their courses in Canvas for Spring 2022. more >>

CETL is your one-stop shop for everything you need to know to design, develop, and teach a course in BbLearn. But we're more than tech experts; we're course design experts. We are here to help you design and deliver dynamic online, hybrid, and face-to-face classes, and to work with you on using our LMS as a true learning management platform. Our team of experts can help you economize your instructional and grading effort; BbLearn Supportenhance student engagement with one another, the content, teaching assistants, and you; and provide a pipeline for communication and information exchange for assignments and feedback.


Digital Makeover in BbLearn

"research has singled out findability as not only the most significant predictor of both self-efficacy and motivation among students in online courses, but the only significant variable that predicts these two key factors"

BbLearnTaking a student-centered approach to your digital course space is one easy way to improve student satisfaction. The first page of your course site should engage and guide students. Your syllabus and BbLearn course structure (including a transparent grading structure) should match. Use the Rubrics tool to provide transparent grading policies and expectations. Allow students to see their grades throughout the semester by utilizing the My Grades tool. Employ the Announcements tool to provide a lasting record of your communications. Use the Assignment tool to provide students with a simple digital workflow.


BbLearn's Grade Center

Top 5 TipsLearn about organizing, troubleshooting, and displaying grades using BbLearn's Grade Center.

  1. show all columns to instructor, then delete all unneeded columns
  2. shorten long column titles, then reorder columns logically
  3. review stated grading in syllabus, then compare to grade center points
  4. enter scores for preview student, then verify calculations
  5. add "My Grades" tool, then view grades using preview student


RubricsA Rubric is an assessment tool which lists evaluation criteria for an assignment and provides a means to convey to students your expectations for the quality of completed assignments. Rubrics can help students organize their efforts to meet the requirements of an assignment and you can use them to explain evaluations to students. Another value in using rubrics is they can help ensure consistent and impartial grading.