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Blackboard: Creating Assignments

Creating Assignments If you are grading student submitted files, the assignments tool saves time. When you create an assignment using the assignments tool, a Grade Center column is created automatically. From the Grade Center or Needs Grading page, you can see who has submitted their work. You can use the inline viewer and grade submissions
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Blackboard: Using SafeAssign

Blackboard Safe Assignment SafeAssign allows you to compare submitted assignments against a set of academic papers to identify areas of overlap between the submitted assignment and existing works. It employs a unique text-matching algorithm capable of detecting exact and inexact matches between an assignment text and source material. SafeAssign is used to prevent plagiarism and
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Blackboard: Creating Online Tests, Surveys and Pools

Creating Online Tests & MCQs
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Blackboard: Using Peer Assessment

Using Peer Assessment (WebPA) Introduction The purpose of this document is to provide guidelines to staff members in using WebPA, a peer assessment tool which is integrated with the Blackboard LMS. All WebPA activities can be managed through a Blackboard assessment. User and Group data along with Grades can be transferred between WebPA and Blackboard. Background
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Blackboard: Using Rubrics

Using Rubrics for Assessment A rubric is an assessment tool listing evaluation criteria for an assignment. A rubric divides the assigned work into parts and provides clear descriptions of the characteristics of the work associated with each part, at varying levels of skill. You can use a rubric to communicate the assignment requirements and acceptable

Blackboard: Using Badges

Using Badges (Achievements) Instructors can create opportunities for you to earn recognition for your accomplishments. These opportunities are called achievements. When you complete them, you earn a reward in the form of badges and certificates. You can see which rewards you've earned and what is required to receive more rewards. You will have insight into

Blackboard: Bb Grader App

Using Bb Grader App for Assessment Blackboard Grader App provides teachers with a mobile solution to conveniently measure student success anytime, anywhere. With Bb Grader, teachers use their iPads to review, provide feedback, and ultimately grade submitted Blackboard Learn assignments from within the app. Features  
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Blackboard: Using the Grade Centre

Blackboard: Using the Grade Centre Every module has a Grade Center. The Grade Center is only visible to the instructor/marker roles within Blackboard. It is a central area where students grades can be collected, exported and distributed to students. It can dynamically store MCQ test results and assignments. It allows you to calculate grades and
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Blackboard: Grade Centre – External Grade Column

Blackboard: Understanding the External Grade Column The results in the external grade column are provided to students in their my grades for the module. You decide which column is set as the external grade. In new courses, the default total column is the default external grade column, and the external grade icon ( ) appears

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