This section contains training on some of the most common features of Blackboard, links to in-depth information, as well as suggested best practices for effective course design. You can also access the minimum technology requirements for using Blackboard.
Reliable, up-to-date technology is an essential component for a successful online learning experience. In order to maintain quick and efficient online operation, Delaware Tech recommends the minimum technological requirements for your device that are provided on this page.
The Distance Learning Classrooms allow for classes to be offered from any Delaware Tech campus to one or more other campuses. The two-way interactive video and audio creates real-time interaction between the instructor and students while a separate projection system provides additional visual input through presentations, video or document scans.
Innovation Studios is a quiet, dedicated workspace at the George Campus that faculty can use to create custom digital content, such as video lectures, multimedia presentations, interviews, and podcasts.
The college has moved from Lync 2010 to Skype for Business 2016 as our instant message client for staff and faculty. Lync 2010 will no longer be installed on any of the college computers. This page gives you instructions for adding Skype for Business 2016 to your Delaware Tech computer.
As a part of our new licensing agreement with SMART Technologies, students and staff are now entitled to download the most recent version of SMART Notebook on your personal computer at no charge. The page provides you with detailed information to download and install the software.
Delaware Tech currently supports three video conferencing tools for use within our Learning Management System (LMS) and general college use. This page provides a brief description of the capabilities and links to training for each of these three systems.