Gradescope, the grading assistant, can now integrate with Blackboard to make grading even easier.
Giving Scantron exams in classes can be time consuming when you consider the time it takes to grade and print exams. We now have the ability to offer secure electronic exams in the classroom using student laptops and Respondus LockDown Browser.
Already have folders organized on your computer that you would like to upload to Blackboard? You can upload multiple files at once!
A sense of belonging and feeling like a part of a community is vital for the success of our students. One of the ways to build that sense of community is to help everyone get to know each other through introductory posts.
When giving an exam, we want things to go smoothly. Oftentimes there are situations that arise that cause problems for both instructors and students. We have found that selecting force completion on exams and quizzes in Blackboard is one of those instances. So, what is force completion and why does it cause so many issues?
Sometimes it can be useful to see all the actions that have been taken with a grade in order to diagnose a problem or research a claim made by a student that they couldn’t submit their assignment. The Grade History can be a great source of information in cases like this.
Want to give your items in Blackboard a little something extra, but you don’t want to fool with HTML? Use our Drop In Design tool and you’ll have DID it and done before you know it!
Want to create a banner for your course in Blackboard, but you aren’t sure how to get started? Try out our Banner Maker!
At times it can be really useful to know the exact details of a student’s interaction with an assignment or test. On the Grade Details page, you can view a student’s attempts and grade history, assign and edit a grade, and clear and exempt grades.
Have a student who says they weren’t able to log into your test or says they were only able to see half of the test before something went wrong? You can verify this by checking the test access log for that student’s attempt.