We’re happy you’re here, and we’re excited to take you through Brightspace.
In this first step, we’ll run through some basics, where you’ll learn to navigate Brightspace and become familiar with key terminology. Getting Started will provide an overview of navigating the Brightspace Learning Environment and finding and activating your courses as well as learning ways to personalize your course home page and create a message for your students.
As a teacher, you’ll be able to navigate the Brightspace Learning Environment to become familiar with the following:
Creating content is a key part of the Brightspace Learning Environment. This session will explore the different workflows you can use to build effective course content, including importing courses, creating from scratch, uploading files, dragging and dropping, and adding existing activities.
You’ve arrived at Step 4—welcome! In this step, we’ll discuss how you can use Brightspace as your assessment hub to have all your assessment information and feedback in one space.
We’ll cover how to create assignments with different submission types, add assessment instructions and rubrics, and share assessment information with your students. We’ll also look at how you can easily provide detailed and personalized feedback using our powerful feedback features.
As a teacher, you’ll be able to:
Create an assignment in Activity Feed and the Assignments tool
Create and attach a rubric to an assignment
Assess and provide feedback on an assignment using the Annotation tool, rubrics, and the Feedback comment area
New assignment-creation experience
Old assignment-creation experience (for districts that haven’t turned on the new experience):