Resources for Online Faculty & Administrative Staff
Online Learning & Education Technology Department at Wilmington University strives to provide effective and appropriate faculty and student support for the design, development, implementation, management, and evaluation of electronic learning...Learn more about what we strive to do for our students.
Expand your skills for teaching with technology and prepare for teaching online.
“Personalize your Course Template” is a self-paced training course for certified HOT faculty who are interested in learning more advanced technologies to enhance their course templates.
Minor Blackboard Technical Issues
Instructors can request minor fixes to their DIS courses in Blackboard by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Minor fixes include broken URLS, spelling/grammar corrections, and extra columns in the Grade Center. For content-related issues, please contact your Program Chair.
Faculty can use this form to request that content from an online course be copied into a face-to-face or hybrid course.
Deans and Program Chairs can use this form to request changes to an online course template. Instructors should work through their Dean or Program Chair to request changes to an online course template.
Please use this list as a guide to help you prepare your online course prior to the start of your class. Some tasks have video tutorials for your reference.
Contact a member of the Online Learning and Educational Technology team.
Learn and get help using Blackboard, our online learning software.
Get help with using and purchasing technology at Wilmington University.
Wilmington University presents the annual Teaching and Learning with Technology Symposium to allow educators to learn the best instructional technologies to use in the classroom. Review the presentation from 2012, 2013, or 2014.
Watch a webinar with tips from some of our expert online instructors!
View the past editions of our eNewsletters which contain information for faculty to help develop their teaching and technology skills.