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News and views on instructional design and technology from the Technology and Learning Program at CSU, Chico

  • End of Vista…

    Faculty access to Vista will be permanently removed on Friday, June 6th, 2014. Faculty who still have content in Vista can continue to migrate it to Bb Learn using the “Migrate from Vista” tab in Bb Learn until close of business on Thursday, June 5th, 2014. Migration instructions are available on the “Migrate from Vista”... Read more »

  • Bb Learn Discussion issue fixed

    After the weekly Blackboard Learn maintenance early Thurs., March 6, 2014, the issue faculty have had with the Discussion area should be resolved. If you notice problems still exist for you with Blackboard Learn Discussions (faculty), please DO contact TLP at x6167. Be advised that Blackboard Inc. notified us of this issue as a “known... Read more »

  • Discussion Board Issue Workarounds

    Blackboard Administrators are currently working on resolving the issue of instructors not being able to access the Discussion Board. This issue is not affecting students, only course instructors. Estimated time of resolution is unknown at this time. Here are suggested workarounds until the issue is resolved. If you have a “non-graded” discussion: you need to... Read more »

  • Instructors temporarily unable to access the Discussion tool from the course menu

    We are currently experiencing an issue with the Bb Learn Discussion tool link. If an instructor clicks on the Discussion tool link from the course menu, an error displays. As a temporary workaround, instructors can access discussion posts through Needs Grading or through the Grade Center. This issue does NOT impact students. The Distributed Learning Technologies team is... Read more »

  • TLP says farewell to Peter DiFalco

    Peter DiFalco has accepted a job with a company that will allow him to work from home via telecommute, and for more money! We wish him all the best and hope he will not mind if we continue to send an email from time to time. Peter has done so much for the University in... Read more »

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