Ever wish you could get a pulse on how new technology will actually affect you before you adopt it? Well, here’s your chance! Chris Bray, Blackboard Administrator for University of Arkansas-Fayetteville, was a part of the beta program to test and provide feedback on the latest release of our flagship LMS, Blackboard Learn. Through the beta, Chris had hands-on experience with testing the upgrade process on his local test server and playing with new features, such as the content editor (formerly known as the VTBE), before the official release of Blackboard Learn Service Pack 10 a week ago today.
Maybe you’re interested in upgrading to the newest release of Blackboard Learn and looking for some answers as to what your institution should expect. Or, maybe you’re a fan of Chris’ blog or you follow him on twitter @zenandjuice. Either way, we hope this Tweet Chat will give you the opportunity to ask a few questions of a peer. Or get you one step closer to understanding Blackboard’s clients have influenced the future of technology.Join the conversation on Wednesday at 2PM EST with the hash tag #LearnChat for the opportunity to spark a conversation with Chris Bray!
Who: If you’re an Educator, Instructional Designer, System Administrator – join the chat!
What: Tweet Chat with Chris Bray @zenandjuice, Blackboard Learn Administrator University of Arkansas IT Services, Faculty Technology Center
Where: On Twitter! Follow/use #LearnChat in your tweets to ask Chris questions
When: Wednesday, November 14 at 2PM EST
Why: For a behind-the-scenes look at Blackboard Learn
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