Selecting a Course Structure

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COURSE STRUCTURES are predefined course menu links, instructions and content examples that allow instructors to setup and begin designing a course quickly.  In addition to the default course menu there are 5 categories of course structures you can use to begin designing your course and organize content. They are:

Focus on Activity: Activity, Case Study, Conference Session, Constructivism, Expedition-Based, Experiential Learning, Lab Format, Project Format
Focus on Communication: Cooperative Learning, Guided Discussion, Social Learning, Web 2.0
Focus on Content by: Chapter, Lecture, Lesson, Module, Subject, Topic, Unit, Science-Focused, Traditional
Focus on Systems: ANGEL, Blackboard Classic, Blackboard Learn – Default, CourseInfo, eCollegial, Open Source 1, Open Source 2, WebCT 1, WebCT 2
Focus on Time: Daily, Weekly
Visit the Blackboard help web page to view the complete list of course structures and description for each category and for more information on selecting a course structure.