These listservs focus on effective practices, tips and tricks, appealing to those focused on teaching, learning and engaging students.
Accessibility_AP - Accessibility Discussions within Asia-Pacific
Bb-ART-L - Content specific to Art Schools
Bb Faculty Support - This listserv is run by the University of Miami and supports faculty members who use Blackboard Learn or the Blackboard Academic Suite.
BbLAWSCHOOL-L - Content specific to Law Schools Instructional Designers Listserv - Run by William Patterson University.
BbiTUNESU - Discusses iTunes U and Blackboard technology
WebCT-Users - Faculty and Instructional Designers who use CE & Vista
These listservs focus on tips, tricks, bug inquiries and analyses for system administrators and tend to be more technical in nature.
Blackboard Administrator Listserv - Additional Arizona State University-hosted listserv specifically for Blackboard Administrators.
Blackboard Listserv (ASU) System Administrators Listserv - Hosted by Arizona State University, the largest and most popular Blackboard-related listserv.
BLACKBOARD-SUNGARD-USERSLIST – focused on SunGard integrations with Blackboard software
Bb-DEV-L - Blackboard Developers Listserv
Bb Open Source Developers – Run by Virginia Commonwealth University for Blackboard Building Blocks developers.
Oracle-SIG - focused on Oracle integrations with Blackboard software
Solaris_BB_SIG – Solaris special interest group for Bb users running Solaris
Events See Upcoming Events on the Community Programs calendar.
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