Distance Education- Faculty Resources

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Northern New Mexico College uses Blackboard Learn SaaS Original View as the college's learning management system. Partnering with Zoom and the NNMC.Go app NNMC provides students and faculty the latest in educational technologies that address the changing demands of higher education.

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NNMC Zoom Video Conferencing Information

Zoom is a video conferencing tool that gives NNMC faculty and staff the opportunity to host meetings and courses for their remote attendees. NNMC has purchased Zoom Pro licenses for faculty and staff, which allow the host to use Zoom with additional features that allow for more interactive meetings. If you are interested in using Zoom for your courses or meetings, please contact Ken Dvorak at krdvorak@nnmc.edu to get your Zoom Pro account created.

Course Copy Requests for Fall 2019/Spring 2020

As part of NNMC’s pursuit of implementing fully online academic programs, the college has created a new Blackboard course template that is to be used by faculty to develop online and hybrid courses. Due to these changes, performing a course copy from a prior term will require some additional preparations. Thus, the NNMC Distance Education department would like if all faculty planning on using a previous term course to please seek out our assistance. To do so, please submit a ticket to our new NNMC Distance Education Help Desk by clicking on the button below.

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