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January 24, 2012 / dlitgroup

Fall 2011 – Blackboard Survey Results

Each semester DLIT surveys students and faculty regarding their Blackboard use.  Here is a summary of the key results:

STUDENT Responses

N=488

  • 86% of students access Blackboard more than 4 days per week.
  • 93% indicated that it would improve their learning experience if more instructors used Bb to post course materials, grades, and announcements.
  • 95% of students indicate that GRCC provides adequate technical support.
  • The top 6 Building Block integrations used (in order of most use) included: Bb Mobile Learn, Bb Connect, Bb IM, NBC Learn, Camtasia Relay, and Bb Voice Tools
  • When asked what technologies they would like to see more use of in their courses they indicated (in order of most requested): Text Messaging and Mobile, Live Online Lectures, Lecture capture and Instant Messaging
  • When asked to describe Blackboard in ONE word, students said:
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FACULTY Responses

N=134

  • 63% of faculty indicate accessing Blackboard more than 5 days per week.
  • 43% have used Blackboard for more than 5 years.
  • The top tools used (in order of most use) include: Announcements (89%), Grade Center (87%), Sending Email (87%), Content (76%), Photo Roster (66%), and the Assignments Tool (50%).
  • 90% of faculty responding to the survey indicate that they used Starfish Early Alert.
  • The top integrations used by faculty include (in order of most use): NBC Learn, Content System, Blackboard IM, Camtasia Relay, and Blackboard Mobile Learn.
  • 95% of faculty indicated that GRCC provides adequate technical support.
  • When asked about emerging technology interest, 76% are interested in eTextbooks, 44% student response systems, and 37% live online lectures.
  • 94% indicated that it would improve their learning experience if more instructors used Bb to post course materials, grades, and announcements.
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