To best prepare for upcoming courses, download the list of Brightspace Essentials below prior to the start of the semester. You may also want to check out the Brightspace tutorials listed and linked below and to the right, or contact your Instructional Technologist if you require furthers support.
Brightspace: Coming Soon…
Watch this space for:
- Course availability updates will be posted as soon as we have the information.
- New features and developments will be listed here as your Instructional Technologists work to udpate and improve your Brightspace experience.
Brightspace: Product Idea Exchange
The Product Idea Exchange (often referred to as PIE) is your place to share your product and feature ideas, discuss them with the Brightspace Community, and vote for those you would like to see developed. As a user of PIE, you can share your ideas for future enhancements and monitor the ideas of others.
Access to PIE requires that you are a verified Brightspace Community Member.
To become a member, register online. Once you've completed the registration form, you'll receive an email to activate your account. Please check your junk folder if you do not receive this email in your inbox.
For more info on PIE and the Brightspace Community, visit https://community.brightspace.com/s/article/Product-Idea-Exchange-Overview
Brightspace Grade Center
The Brightspace Grade Center is a robust and flexible tool. Calibrating your Grade Center at the beginning of your course is of tremendous benefit to both you and your students.
For first time users, we highly encourage working with your Instructional Technologist when setting up your Grade Center.
Depending upon your learning objectives and pedagogy, the following steps, for which Brightspace has easy-to-follow video tutorials, are encouraged for instructors who wish to utilize the Grade Center and accept/evalute student work submissions in Brightspace.
Step 1: Complete the Grade Center Setup Wizard
Step 2: Create a Grade Item for each student deliverable that will be assessed
Step 3: Create a Submission Folder, Discussion Board, or Quiz where students may submit work