Month: May 2016

Students Can’t Access Course in Blackboard

Near the term’s end, students sometimes can’t access their course in Blackboard anymore. Here’s why: By default, courses in our Blackboard system are available to students from the course’s first day through its last official day on the course calendar.

Posted in Blog

A Tip When Using Inline Grading for Assignments

Inline Grading is a great tool to leave comments on the students’ submitted file. However, there is one small quirk that does not save the comment: Not clicking on the document right after you create the comment.

Posted in Blackboard Communication, Blackboard Grading, Blog

Creating An Advanced Adaptive Release in Blackboard

The Advanced Adaptive Release in Blackboard allows you to provide access to educational materials to an individual student or group by creating rules. A rule is a set of criteria that determines the visibility of the content item to users.

Posted in Blackboard Availability & Adaptive Release, Blog