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SMARTHINKING’s online tutoring service is available to University of North Dakota students for UND courses only. There is no charge to UND students for the SMARTHINKING online tutoring service.
When you send email from your course, the recipients receive it in their external email accounts, such as BobSmith@yahoo.com. Replies go to your email account, not to the course. You may want to set up a filter or message rule to easily group your course email into a single folder in your personal inbox.
My Blackboard and the user menu are available everywhere in Blackboard Learn and give you a personalized view of your learning environment.
The "Share computer sound" option must be enabled in the Zoom desktop client, this option is disabled by default.
Steps to create a blog entry in Blackboard.
Steps to copy or export a test/exam to another course.
Your instructor can add assignments to different areas of your course. You might access assignments from a link on the course menu called Assignments. Or, your instructor might incorporate assignments into each week's content. Ask your instructor if you have questions about how your course is organized.
Steps to submit your Blackboard assignments.
You and your students can create journal entries. You're the only one who can comment on students' private entries. You and group members can comment on group entries. On the Journals listing page, information is provided about each journal. Students can see if their entries are private—between the student and you—or public.
You can review the grades and feedback on your My Grades page. You can also access the assignment's Review Submission History page and review the grade and feedback in context. Assignments aren't graded automatically. Your instructor must grade each assignment.
You can add files, images, audio, and video when you create content in your course. For example, in discussions, you can browse for a media clip from your computer or your course's file repository: Course Files or the Content Collection.
A blog is a personal online journal that is frequently updated and intended to share with others. Most blogs also have a commenting feature, so that people can respond to one another's thoughts. Blogs encourage students to clearly express their ideas. Blogs also address the need to expand various aspects of social learning. From the instructor's point of view, blogs are an effective means of gaining insight into students' activities and provide a way to share the knowledge and materials collecte
Steps to create a new wiki page within Blackboard.
You can create one or more journals for your students to use in your course. You must create journal topics before students can add their entries.
Steps to create a Blackboard wiki.