Blackboard survey
The Office of Information Technology, in partnership with the McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning, is undertaking a comprehensive review of how we use technology to support our courses. The first part of this initiative is a review of our current learning management system, Blackboard. It is crucial that we have faculty feedback, so we ask that you take this brief survey, which should take no more than three minutes.

If you would like to speak with someone at the McGraw Center with more extensive feedback or suggestions for the initiative, please contact Janet Temos (jtemos@princeton.edu), Director of Educational and Classroom Technologies.

Many thanks in advance for your help.

How do you find Blackboard as a tool for course administration? *
unsatisfactory
highly satisfactory
How would you rank Blackboard for ease of use? *
very difficult
very easy
In terms of function, how does Blackboard work for you as a . . . *
doesn't work
works, with limitations
works
works well, but could do better
works very well
repository for course materials and announcements
tool for communicating with students or groups of students
place for students to submit work and complete assessments
record of student achievement (rubrics, gradebook, grade calculation tool or similar)
What features do you like and use in Blackboard?
Your answer
Are there features you wish Blackboard had?
Your answer
Is there anything else you'd like to share?
Your answer
Would you be willing to participate in a trial of a new learning management system? *
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