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Student submissions for assignments in Blackboard can be downloaded in bulk to view on your iPad. This can be useful if you want to review, grade, and provide feedback on submissions while offline. It also enables use of the Apple Pencil tool with your iPad to annotate and comment on student submissions.
Add audio recordings as feedback in grade center. Students listen to your feedback alongside any text that is included. When paired with text feedback, audio recordings help provide students with more personal feedback regarding their submissions.
Beginning November 5, the content editor (what is used to type text, insert images etc.) will have a new look and a few new tools to choose from. The editor works better on both mobile devices and larger screens and there are several improvements for accessibility.
Assignments in Blackboard are created as Content Areas and are best used for assignments in which students must upload files. Assignments are added to Blackboard's Gradebook.
The PDF Expert app can be configured for reviewing and annotating files from Blackboard using an iPad and Apple Pencil. This can be a useful method for students to complete assignments that require annotating an assignment file, or for instructors who want to use annotation to provide feedback on student submissions.
There are many options for grading in Blackboard, ranging from entering grades directly in the grade center to grading offline and uploading grades through a CSV file. This tutorial will cover the basics of grading directly within Blackboard.
Blackboard allows instructors to quickly and easily download assignment submissions for grading. This is a helpful feature for instructors who want to provide digital feedback to students by using comments or track changes in Microsoft Word or a similar program.
Inline grading (or Blackboard Annotate) allows instructors to markup student assignments directly from the grade center of their Blackboard course site. This tool can save time and effort by allowing essays and many other types of assignment submissions to be annotated within Blackboard.
Occasionally,  an error may happen when trying to access the Zoom scheduling integration in a Blackboard course, when clicking on the Zoom Sessions link.
Blackboard allows instructors to create quizzes, tests, and exams directly from the course site. These are ideal for creating assessments with multiple choice, short answer, matching, and other question types. Blackboard offers a variety of settings for instructors to customize quizzes and exams, including allowing multiple attempts, providing automated feedback to students, and automatically grading certain question types.
Now that you have selected from the three provided course frameworks, you can customize your course to align with your content, learning goals, and teaching style and preferences.
These are the recommended settings when scheduling a Zoom meeting.