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North Dakota University System (NDUS) will implement multi-factor authentication (MFA/Duo) on Blackboard for faculty and staff on Tuesday, March 5. MFA for students will be implemented on Monday, May 13.
This guide explains how to set up a YuJa Proctoring session, with step-by-step instructions for recording your exam.
If you are using the Class Collaborate tool, you have one room dedicated to your course. It is open for the life of your course. You can't create new sessions.
Class Collaborate is a real-time video conferencing tool that lets you add files, share applications, and use a virtual whiteboard to interact. Class Collaborate opens right in your browser, so you don't have to install any software to join a session.
Steps for manually installing the Chrome Desktop Sharing Extension for Class Collaborate.
Information about the new, combined (student + instructor) Blackboard app for mobile devices. This app uses Blackboard Ultra's Responsive Web Design to offer the same features as the desktop version of the website, making it easy to jump back and forth between mobile and desktop.
There are four core features of the Collaborate platform that help ensure a secure virtual classroom experience.  We recommend using as many of these options as you reasonably can without impacting your meeting operations. If you are discussing any sensitive or confidential information in your meetings, these measures become that much more important.
Best practices for taking exams in Blackboard.
A complete guide to getting all your accounts and tech ready for your first semester at UND.
A list of the systems used at UND, what they are used for, credentials used to log in, and links to respective pages.
On the Grade Details page, you can view a student's attempts and grade history, assign and edit a grade, and clear and exempt grades.
Improve the accessibility of your Blackboard course content.
This article lists solutions for the Zoom 'bad request / unauthorized' error that is sometimes seen when the user clicks a Zoom meeting link in Blackboard.
Presentation hosts can create a Vevox account or access an existing account by going to UND's Vevox login page and click "Login with SSO." Participants do not need to create a Vevox account.