Digital Learning Tools
- These are the digital learning tools that are supported by the Academic Innovation & Distance Education Team.
- We encourage faculty, staff and students at BHCC to be creative and to try many different tools to support learning!
- The AIDE Team cannot officially support all learning platforms, but we are always willing to try and work with you to navigate different tools.
- Schedule a meeting with a member of our team to let us know what you are interested in working on.
Moodle is the official Learning Management System (LMS) used at BHCC. It is a site where every faculty member (or staff member) can build Moodle course sites for each one of their classes. These course sites act as a teaching and learning environment where Teachers and educators can deliver resources, assignments, quizzes and facilitate discussion forums for their students. The department of Academic Innovation & Distance Education (AIDE) creates a Moodle site for every class at BHCC (Not every class is required to use Moodle, but the course shell or template is available if a faculty member decides to use it). Every BHCC user has access to Moodle and can login using their BHCC login credentials.
An Electronic Portfolio (ePortfolio) is a digital collection of artifacts and media that showcase or reflect on ones professional, academic or personal achievements. As a member of the BHCC community, you have access to a site called Digication (bhcc.digication.com), where you can create as many ePortfolio sites as you like. Learn more about how you can use ePortfolios below:
Panopto is a video recording platform that BHCC faculty, staff & students can access to create and share videos. You might think of Panopto as a personal repository for video content. It’s like a YouTube channel, but for school or work. Every BHCC faculty, staff, and student can use Panopto to create videos. Go to bhcc.onelogin.com and sign in with your BHCC credentials.
WebEx Education Connector: Allows BHCC Faculty & Staff to seamlessly integrate Webex virtual meetings, office hours and Teams messaging into their Moodle courses.
WebEx Meetings: A synchronous meeting tool, like Zoom, that allows faculty to host virtual classes, meetings, and informational sessions. You can share your screen to present files, videos, or other media. You can record, save, create breakouts, and share the meeting with others. Every BHCC faculty, staff, and student has access to WebEx and has their own Personal Room, to host meetings.
WebEx Teams: A collaboration solution that keeps people and teamwork connected. It is essentially a messaging app that you can use on your computer and/or mobile device to communicate with individuals or groups. It also has file sharing, video meetings, calling, whiteboard, and other tools to use to streamline teamwork.
Webex Training: A meeting tool that is designed to make your online training program more effective. You can have breakout rooms, raised hand, polling, share files, share screens, or other media.
Respondus Lockdown Browser is an exam proctoring service that may be used on exams held in a Moodle course.
Smarthinking is the online tutoring service BHCC subscribes to.
Microsoft Office 365
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There are many Publisher Platforms that faculty use to facilitate teaching in their classes. These platforms include McGraw-Hill Connect, Pearson My Lab, Labster etc.
BHCCselfservice is where students register for classes at BHCC. Faculty submit final grades to the site as well.
You can search for classes on BHCCselfservice at https://selfservice.bhcc.edu/Student/Courses
Qualtrics is Bunker Hill Community College’s online survey building, reporting and distributing tool.
BHCC is partnering with LinkedIn Learning in order to provide BHCC faculty, staff, and students with an expert-led online learning experience that’s personalized and convenient. LinkedIn Learning is an award-winning industry leader in online training, with a digital library of over 6,000 courses covering a wide range of technical, business, software and creative topics.
Why Use LinkedIn Learning?
LinkedIn Learning lets you learn at your own pace. You can select courses relevant to your current role or program of study in areas like Business, Technology and Marketing. You can also pursue other passions. With courses on financial literacy, social media, even drawing and music theory, you’ll be able to grow and develop in the areas you care about both at school and work as well as outside of work.
How to Access Linkedin Learning
To activate your account using your BHCC email using onelogin, visit: https://lnkd.in/gGc_Ze3d
Once you activate your account, you can customize your learning dashboard to your areas of interest and save courses in your account.