Mobile Learn Device Demos

Blackboard Mobile: Mobile Learn Demos
Android Devices
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- QuickTime
BlackBerry Devices
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- QuickTime
- Flash (en Español)
 
iPhone/iPod Touch
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- QuickTime

 
iPad
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- QuickTime

 

What Can You Do With Mobile Learn?


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Announcements

Assignment due? Class cancelled? This is the place where instructors go to post the news students need to know. Students have instant, on-the-go access to the latest announcements, and instructors can post announcements anywhere, anytime.

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Grades

Want to know how you did on the midterm or your last homework assignment? Students
can view their grades right here.

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Blogs

Read blog posts and interact with classmates by posting comments and uploading media
as attachments on blogs (Android and iOS) as well as uploading non-media files (Android).

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Roster

Wondering who’s in your class? With the class roster, you can quickly see your full class list,
making organizing study groups a whole lot easier.

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Journals

Read and reflect on your Journal posts and those of your classmates. Both students and
instructors can comment on Journals.


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Discussions

The Discussion Board is a key course communication tool for engaging students and
promoting learning. It’s the place students ask and answer questions, and where instructors
can respond to one student for the benefit of all. With Blackboard Mobile Learn, instructors
and students can review and post to threaded discussions, as well as create new threads, all
while on the go. Additionally, students can upload media files (Android and iOS) as well as
other file types (Android) to discussions.

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Media

Students can access music, videos and images uploaded by their instructors and experience
directly from their mobile devices using the appropriate media-specific software.

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Tasks

Help students track and manage the progress of various tasks, from turning in homework
assignments to reminders to pick up a midterm or purchase a textbook. Tasks allow students to mark when they’ve started a project, when it’s in progress, and when complete.