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Steps to check that your assignment has been submitted in Blackboard.
Infobase (formerly Hoonuit / Atomic Learning) provides online training through an extensive library of short, easy-to-understand video tutorials. Instructors can choose a relevant topic and link any of the available videos from their Blackboard course site. Students can access the assigned videos with just one click (optional participation tracking - syncs with Bb Grade Center).
VoiceThread is a tool integrated within Blackboard that can be used to enhance student engagement and online presence by providing collaborative spaces with video, voice, and text commenting among students and instructors.
You can use SafeAssign plagiarism checking for any of your assignments.
You can access the NEW calendar from the Ultra Base Navigation menu (the main menu, outside of your courses, seen immediately after login) -or- access the CLASSIC calendar from the Tools menu inside any of your courses. The new calendar has an improved user interface, but you may opt to use the in-course calendar. Please see this article for more information about using both versions.
Infobase (formerly Hoonuit / Atomic Learning) provides online training solutions through an extensive library of short, easy-to-understand video tutorials. This article explains how students can access Infobase from their Blackboard course site.
This article explains the different types of feedback available in Blackboard and provides a walk-through of how students can access them.
Steps to submit your Blackboard assignments.
Please contact the instructor to have them clear or ignore the attempt in Blackboard.
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 allow students to submit more than one attempt for an assignment.

Multiple attempts can help students stay on track, raise the quality of assignments, and ultimately improve student success and retention. Students can submit drafts and earn credit on improvements. Inform students which assignments allow multiple attempts, and what the expectations and grading policies are for each attempt.
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