On 3/20/2013, CIT will implement a new feature to the Assignments tool called Inline Assignment Grading. Instead of requiring Instructors to download student-submitted files to view or edit those submissions, Instructors will now be able to view student-submitted files “inline,” i.e. in the web browser. Additionally, annotation tools will be made available as part of the inline viewer, enabling Instructors to provide feedback including comments, highlights, and even drawings/annotations directly on the inline view of the document. Instructors will have the ability to download both the original and annotated versions.
Instructors will still have the ability to download a student’s submission or all of the submissions through the Grade Center as they were previously.
• Only works with the Assignments tool.
• Students cannot annotate documents.
• Annotation sessions expire after one hour. Please save your work periodically.
• Does not work within the Mobile Learn App
Blackboard Learn Open Lab
Tuesday, April 30, 2013, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Location: Tolentine Hall, Basement Room 4
For more information and to register for a session, click here.
Check out the Quick Start Guide!!!
Respondus Training Sessions
Click here to see the MediaSite event from the College of Nursing on February, 7, 2012.
Click here to see the presentation by CourseSmart about their new building block that integrates e-textbooks with Blackboard from February 1, 2012.
Click here to see the presentation by American College on their Blackboard Exemplary Course from November 9, 2011.
Project- information about the selection process and steps taken to determine the next LMS
Training- view all of our different training materials for Blackboard Learn 9
Known Issues with Blackboard Learn 9
Integrated Applications - integrated applications to enhance the Blackboard Learn environment, including: webconferencing (Wimba), ePortfolios (Taskstream), and more...
What will happen with my courses? - Request form to have content migrated to Blackboard Learn.