Improving Student Effectiveness in On-Line Courses Utilizing the Blackboard Program
Your reading audience for this examination is: “A new student to On-Line education, uninitiated to the Blackboard program”. Read the instructions and details below carefully!
Instructions, Details: You must perform your work as a Word document. Clearly number, and identify/space break, in your submitted work between the three required components listed below.
1. Provide a detailed profile of your intended audience (the type of intended reader for this document). Issues to be covered will include, but not be limited to: their level of background/exposure to the specific topic, technical level in general, and computer literacy. Comment on any anticipations, apprehensions, concerns, and expectations. Refer to our studies in Chapter 2 as an aid in developing your answer to this part of the examination.
2. Develop and provide an abstract; a brief summary of your article (the article document you will write below) as it might be presented as a catalog introduction of your memo work. This will be a “capsule” version of your article. Refer to our studies in Chapter 4 as an aid in developing your answer to this part of the examination.
3. Write your article, with a memo heading addressed to the intended audience, and subject title line as per the topic. Some suggested writing points: Address problems and issues facing students new to utilizing Blackboard in on-line courses, and your observations of on-line education that would be helpful to your audience. You may refer to your own experiences and relate them in the memo. Utilize direct, concise, technical communication. Utilize definitions and descriptions as necessary to help your readers understand the information. Write your information using good page design in the layout of paragraphs, section headers, and emphasized points. Refer to our studies in Chapters 5, 6, and 7 as an aid in developing your answer to this part of the examination.