During your time studying within the business school you will be required to use a range of different learning tools within Blackboard. We have compiled a list of videos for you to watch to help you use the most heavily used tools within Blackboard. Video Tutorials
Getting Started with Blackboard Modules layouts may vary in design depending on the Lecturer in question. However, some common design elements exist throughout all Blackboard modules. Module menu: The access point for all Module content added by your lecturer. The Module Frame: The larger area of the screen adjacent to the Module menu that displays
Getting Started with Blackboard Courses contain content and tools for your learning experience. Your instructor manages the course through the course menu and Control Panel. The Control Panel is located under the course menu and is only available to users with one of the following defined course roles: instructor, teaching assistant, grader, course builder, or administrator. While your
Tests are used to assess your mastery over course content and objectives. Your instructor assigns point values to questions in the test. Your answers are submitted for grading, and the results are recorded in the Grade Centre. You can view your grades in My Grades when your instructor makes them available to you. You can find tests in
SafeAssign SafeAssign is based on a unique text matching algorithm capable of detecting exact and inexact matching between a paper and source material. SafeAssignments are compared against several different databases containing millions of articles dating from the 1990s to the present. After the comparison a report is generated that provides detailed information about the matches found
Blackboard Student App takes the Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) mobile, providing student access to e-Learning services on a variety of popular mobile platforms, including Android, Blackberry and iOS devices. Bb Student is Blackboard's first mobile app centered around one type of user: you, the student. The app enables you to view and interact with courses, instructors, classmates, and
Online Assessment: Preparation Guide Online assessment includes any form of internet-based tool used for delivering, marking and analysing assessments for students. Online assessment will typically involve the use of Blackboard tools for multiple choice questions, definition-style questions, and other course-based questions. Online Assessment: Minimum Requirement Criteria and Procedures To successfully connect to Blackboard’s eLearning platform,
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