Saturday, July 25, 2009

2.1.2 The Blackboard Learning System

The Blackboard Learning System is a complete and flexible e-Learning software stage that delivers a total course organization system. Blackboard itself was developed in 1997 and the Washington DC based Blackboard Inc. Software Company is now one of the main software companies worldwide for e-Education. In this view, the two leading course management systems used in tertiary Institutions worldwide at present are Blackboard and WebCT The reason of this review is not to compare and difference these two person web course tools, but rather to outline some of the skin of Blackboard, as a course management tool, and describe its advantages and short-comings in particular in relation to its use as a course management tool for courses. We at present use Blackboard 6.1 as the standard course management tool across the university campus. Blackboard has customizable institution-wide portals, online communities and has an advanced structural design, which means that the system allows outstanding web-based integration with administrative systems. This latter feature makes Blackboard an excellent choice for Universities in adopting a complete course organization system.

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