We’re traveling all across North America looking to meet you—the educators, technologists and leaders that share our passion for making the educational experience the best it can be. The teams that design and build the tools you use everyday are jumping at the chance to meet and collaborate on what matters to you, where you are.
The Never Stop
Learning tour is also a unique opportunity to plug into your community and engage with fellow Blackboard
users in your region. Transfer knowledge and come away with all the
answers to your most pressing questions.
Our next stop is at the University of Illinois at Chicago in Chicago, IL! We invite you to join us for this free, one-day event to:
Connect with other Blackboard users in your area
Learn about the latest in new features in Blackboard
Ask questions or share feedback with Blackboard product experts
Looking forward to seeing you and your colleagues in May!
Never Stop Learning Tour is making a stop
When: Thursday, May 23, 2013
Where: University of Illinois at Chicago, Student Center West
Dynamic presentations: given by your fellow peers on their best practices
Ask the Expert Stations:sit down, one-on-one, with Blackboard technical experts and get your questions answered
Share Feedback: help shape the future of our products by sharing your feedback in person and tell us about your needs and concerns
Partner Interaction Zone:from content providers, media and technology companies to system integrators and more, we are bringing a select group of partners on tour with us. Don’t miss the opportunity to meet with them.
The Never Stop Learning Tour is coming to Chicago!
University of Illinois at Chicago - Student Center West 828 South Wolcott Chicago, IL 60612
Thank you to
the following partners for their participation in the Never Stop
Learning Tour event in Chicago! For more information on their
integrations with Blackboard, be sure to attend their sessions and stop
by the Interaction Zone throughout the day.
The Higher Education Faculty track includes a series of presentations designed to help you improve your online teaching experience. You’ll get new ideas and learn best practices to increase efficiency, improve student engagement and further enhance your skills on creating engaging content to meet course objectives. Presentation topics include:
Meet the Grade Center
Wikis, Blogs, Forums, Journals – Which One Do I Use & Why?