42 Creating Multiple Teams

To avoid confusion, consider creating multiple teams for each class rather than one team for all classes.

 

An image showing how to view all of your current teams

Having different teams allows you to organize your different classes. A tile will pop up and each course will have its own collaboration space where you can separate files, meeting locations, and chatrooms (as demonstrated above). This will allow you to stay organized and not get your multiple classes confused.

Most courses with Blackboard sites should have automatically generated a MS Team for that course. However, you do need to activate the course team in order to students to gain access to resources and the synchronous meeting times.

screenshot shows the button to activate a course team

 

Based on Microsoft Teams update on: August 27, 2021

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Teaching with MSTeams by Dave Cormier; Anas Al-Chalabi; Bailey Csabai; Chris Nardone; Devin Wacheski; Elijah Annoh-Waithe; Jykee Pavo; Laura Small; Lawrence Villacorte; Lorenzo Pernasilici; Marianne Kantati; Mikayla Bornais; Mitchel Macmillan; Mohamed Eldabagh; Nafeesa Sohail; Norman Ha; Tariq Al-Rfouh; Kristen Swiatoschik; and Ashlyne O'Neil is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License, except where otherwise noted.

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