Blackboard @ Duquesne
Duquesne University uses the Blackboard Learn and Communities 9.1x to deliver distance education and to supplement classroom learning activities. Duquesne has been using Blackboard since 1998 for teaching and learning, program support, collaboration and research, and much more. The current Blackboard Learn provides greater collaboration, engagement, mobility and efficiencies for instructors and students.
Extending the capabilities of Blackboard are the following Blackboard Building Block partners available to students, faculty, and programs:
- Blackboard Collaborate / Wimba
- Blackboard Mobile Learn
- Starfish Connections & Retention Systems
- Turning Technologies Personal Response Systems
- EAC Outcomes
- SafeAssign Plagiarism Detection System
The Blackboard Communities system is by 300 online group communities for faculty and student research sites, university and school committees, campus trainings, and much more.