- Grade Center and Student Submission Issue
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- Course Copy
- Group By Terms
- Embed YouTube Videos into Blackboard
- UPDATE: UR Blackboard Maintenance Friday July 17th
- Blackboard Availability Issue and Restart at 3pm Today (Monday, July 6)!
- Student Enrollment Removed from Spring 2015 Blackboard Courses July 3
- YouTube Changes
Category Archives: Tips
Sometimes it is desirable to copy a course from a previous semester and then make changes to the new course. This is done through the course copy feature in Blackboard. First, go into the OLD course and then select “Packages … Continue reading
If you are an instructor using Blackboard and haven’t gotten around to archiving your courses and you want to keep a record of your students’ grades and discussion board interactions, now is the time to archive your course, download your … Continue reading
On February 18th, instructors’ students will be disappearing from last semester’s Blackboard courses. These courses have IDs that begin with 201310_. So if you are an instructor using Blackboard and haven’t gotten around to archiving your courses and you want to … Continue reading
Need to add a teaching assistant, administrative assistant, or writing consultant to your course? You will not need to add students since this information comes from the Registrar. Follow these easy steps:
Sixty days after the last day of each semester, instructors’ students will disappear from that semester’s Blackboard courses. In general, this means students will disappear from fall courses early the next February and will disappear from spring courses in the … Continue reading
Blackboard has a NEW Calendar feature to help you keep track of due dates in your courses. As professors add material and assignments to the course, along with due dates for those items, they will appear on your calendar color … Continue reading
Hopefully it was a very productive summer for all. As we turn our attention to Fall 2013, it is time for faculty to request Blackboard courses and for students to get back up to speed on how to turn in … Continue reading
If you are not familiar with Atomic Learning, it is the online video training services provider for the University of Richmond. There are hundreds of applications in their inventory, often spanning multiple versions of the application and for both Windows … Continue reading
It is time to give assessments and Blackboard can help! The following information assists you in creating a test and deploying it in Blackboard.