Blackboard Collaborate Ultra is a tool available in Blackboard that you can use to: pre-record lectures deliver live lectures or webinars (recorded or not) facilitate break-out groups assign students presenter status so that they can deliver presentations facilitate PBL or
Blackboard Collaborate Ultra is a tool available in Blackboard that you can use to:
This guide will help you to determine if a student submitted their Turnitin (TII) submission late. It is split into 3 sections: Turnitin All Students View (no anonymity), Turnitin By Groups View (no anonymity) and Turnitin All Students View (with
There are occasions where a staff member might have need to take attendance at a lecture. The following help guide details how you can use Blackboard to take attendance via students mobile devices. Please note that this method requires: Warnings
<em>Reviewed: 06/12/2019</em> If you have a paper assignment, it is a good idea to upload the marks from the assignment into the Blackboard grade centre so that students have a record of all their marks for the coursework part of
Reviewed: 21/11/2022 Advice for using individual question types Question type Issues with this question type Recommended marking method Calculated formula Moderate, see notes Automatic/Manual, see notes Calculated numeric Moderate, see notes Automatic/Manual, see notes Either/Or No issues Automatic Essay Minor
Reviewed: 09/12/2019 If you wish to use an existing test (or part thereof) in a different course, it would probably be quicker to export it from one course and import it in to another (and then make changes if needed)
There may be several reasons why you might need to put students into groups in Blackboard, e.g. group work, group discussions, specific items released only to a subset of students, etc.
Reviewed: 01/07/2022 Students frequently ask for a full list of all deadlines for assessments and events that they are required to take/attend. This can be achieved easily if all course unit coordinators follow the basic guide below. Where one or
Discussion boards can be a great way to promote engagement in online learning. They can be used to allow students to discuss individual or group tasks, ask questions, share expectations and experiences or used as a social space to connect with peers.