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July 10, 2014 / dlitgroup

Join us for the miBUG Meeting on July 16th!

Have you ever wondered what happens at other schools in Michigan who use Blackboard tools? The Michigan Blackboard Users Group (miBUG) meets once per year at Blackboard World to touch base and talk about how Blackboard is working at the various institutions with various different set-ups and enterprise applications. This year, in addition to having a face-to-face meeting, anyone who is interested may join the meeting virtually through Blackboard Collaborate. (*Note: miBUG is open to faculty and staff at schools throughout Michigan.) If you would like to join the meeting, you may do so by connecting to the virtual room using the information below. If you are on campus July 16th from 4:00-5:00 pm, you can stop on by the Lettinga House and participate in the meeting with us in the second floor conference room! 

Here is all of the information you need the miBUG meeting next week. 

When: Wednesday, July 16th, 4:00 – 5:00 PM Eastern Time

Where: Anywhere via Blackboard Collaborate (http://bit.ly/mibugmeeting) *OR* the Lettinga House 2nd Floor Conference Room

What: Here is the current agenda. 

  1. Introductions – Roll Call (institution, Blackboard version)
  2. miBUG Housekeeping
    1. Meeting schedule for Fall/Winter
    2. Conference(s) for 2014-2015
  3. Updates from BbWorld
    1. BUGLUG Updates
    2. Blackboard Service Packs & Building Block Updates
  4. Questions and Comments from miBUG members
  5. Other agenda items

The meeting will also be recorded, so you can always view the recording at your leisure. If you have any questions, please feel free to email Meegan Willi, the Instructional Technologist/Designer in DLIT and the miBUG Leader. 

 

 

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