Homegrown IvyLearn Training Videos
On-Campus Trainings - Evansville, Princeton, Tell City:
Logging In and Navigating IvyLearn: https://youtu.be/5HZ4Ms4ocLA
The Basics of IvyLearn: https://youtu.be/cFl0UqQZXbE
Migrating to IvyLearn from Blackboard: https://youtu.be/cvoW2-qVH5c
Instructional Design Center How-To Videos - Evansville, Princeton,Tell City
How to Load Your Statewide Course: https://youtu.be/dFQBoRhIR1g
Why are Due Dates So Important in IvyLearn?: https://youtu.be/IrE7MyhkTy4
Blackboard to IvyLearn Details
Blackboard 9.1 was the old online learning environment for Ivy Tech courses. A new learning management system, IvyLearn powered by Canvas, replaced Blackboard beginning in Summer 2017.
Access to Blackboard and any materials therein expired on June 30, 2017.
If you exported and saved your course content prior to the no-access deadline, it is possible to import some or all of that content into IvyLearn. Additionally, the IDC archived a course library of what was recently offered in Blackboard before the transition to IvyLearn. Ultimately, instructors are responsible for their course content.
As always, please contact the IDC if you have questions.
Handy IvyLearn Resources for Instructors
Canvas Guides - Truly helpful help articles to find global answers on thousands of common questions about the Canvas platform that hosts IvyLearn.
Canvas Release Notes - IvyLearn is a work in progress! Check the Canvas Release Notes to review updates designed to improve your IvyLearn experience.
How Do I Do That In IvyLearn? Blackboard to Canvas How-to Guide - This document outlines the IvyLearn equivalent of many of the most common Blackboard features and functions.*
Blackboard to IvyLearn Content Transition Guide - This Google doc, created by systems office, walks you through transitioning content-step by-step and outlines best practices for developing your courses in IvyLearn.*