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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.
The timing of Blackboard access may be different for enroll anytime (independent study) and non-credit courses and certain programs that have an alternate start date.
Steps to create a new wiki page within Blackboard.
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 check that your assignment has been submitted in Blackboard.
Audience response systems (clickers) allow students in the classroom to instantly provide feedback, answer questions, and vote.  TurningPoint is the standard adopted by the University of North Dakota.
Courses are automatically created using the information in Campus Connection. If your department has changed instructors for a course and not changed the information in Campus Connection, the Blackboard course will reflect this.
To view grades for all of your courses, select the arrow next to your name in the upper-right corner. In the menu, select My Grades. You can sort your grades by All Courses or Last Graded. If your work hasn't been graded, grade status icons appear.
The course entry point is the first area users see when they enter your course. The default course entry point is the Home Page and contains modules that alert students to activity in your course.
A listing and description of Blackboard user roles.
It typically takes up to 2 business days for a student to be enrolled in Blackboard. If the student registered on a Friday or over the weekend, then he/she should be enrolled in Blackboard by the following Monday afternoon.

The timing of Blackboard access and course access may be different for Enroll Anytime (independent study) and non-credit courses as well as certain certificate programs that have flexible start dates.
To request to have one of the following actions completed for your Blackboard courses, please complete a Blackboard request form located at https://apps.und.edu/course-request/
Yes, Blackboard is available for UND groups and organizations.
Yes, you can have an Organization site in Blackboard dedicated to working and communicating with your advisees.
Add a co-instructor or graduate assistant to a Blackboard course.