Blackboard app is Blackboard’s brand new mobile application that gives students a quick and easy way to access courses, interact with instructors and other students, and view content. Quickly view course content Submit assignments. Upload media from Google Drive™, OneDrive®, and Dropbox. Take tests View grades and feedback from instructors View announcements Participate in discussions
Bb Grader is Blackboard’s brand new tablet application that gives instructors a quick and easy way to grade and provide feedback. Measure student success anytime, anywhere. View a detailed list of all submissions Use the tablet’s microphone and camera to record audio and feedback Includes some features from the Blackboard Learn Retention Center The Blackboard
Download your Grade Center. Print or Save Discussion Board posts. Download Turnitin Assignments. Perform a course review. What worked well and what did not work? What technical difficulties did you have? What content or tools do you need to modify/add/remove? What tools or features do you want to learn more about? Perform an accessibility review.
All fall semester grades are due Monday, January 1, 2018, but why wait! Online grade submission must be done through my.chapman.edu; grades entered into Blackboard are not considered official and are not applied to student records. For step-by-step instructions on how to assign final grades please download the PDF below. Also, for more training and
What’s New Drag and Drop Files It is easier than ever to attach files in Blackboard. As a faculty member, you can now add files to Items and Assignments by dragging files from your computer to the “hot spot” in the Attach Files area. Students can also drag and drop files to upload when they
Verify all grades are entered including zeros in Grade Center. You can use a Total or Weighted column to calculate Final Grades. If you want to adjust the default Grading Schema (e.g., 94% to 99.9% = A, 90% to less than 94% = A-, etc.), see Edit Grading Schemas. Download the Grade Center, see Download
Blackboard allows Instructors to copy any or all of the content and settings from one course to another. For detailed instructions on how to do a course copy please visit our Blackboard Support Site
Research Ideas (Paper Assignment)- Week 1 (10pts) Research Outline Draft (Revision Assignment)- Week 2 (20pts) Research Outline Final Daft (Paper Assignment)- Week 2 (10pts) Extended Outline (Paper Assignment)- Week 3 (25pts) Extended Outline (PeerMark Assignment)- Week 3 (15pts) Research Final Draft (Paper Assignment)- Week 4 (30pts) Research Final Draft (PeerMark Assignment)- Week 4 (20pts) Panel
Why Download Students’ Work? Print out paper copies of students’ work. To view and mark offline. Archive copies on your computer of either the original file submitted by the student or the electronically marked paper. Access Assignments From Prior Terms If the course has ended you can still access the student’s assignments through Turnitin’s site.
Bubble comments– You can leave a bubble comment by clicking anywhere on the page or by selecting a portion of text. Select the speech bubble icon from the in-context marking tool to leave a bubble comment. QuickMarks- You can leave a QuickMark by clicking anywhere on the page or by selecting a portion of text.