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If you have a t.account these step-by-step instructions will show you how to get to your course in Blackboard.
Zoom is a cloud-based videoconferencing and collaboration platform. With Zoom you have the flexibility to create virtual classrooms and invite students to join from their desktop computers, laptops, tablets, and smartphones. Students can also share content from their devices such as PowerPoint presentations, and YouTube videos.  Zoom is available to all faculty, staff, and students for academic purposes.
Steps to copy or export a test/exam to another course.
Steps for where and how to purchase course textbooks.
The Grade Roster is located in Campus Connection where final grades are posted. In the summer, the Registrar creates the grade rosters based on when the course ends. They are created on an individual basis. If the grade roster needs to be created sooner, an email must be sent to Ray Pospisil requesting a grade roster for the course.
If you're registering in Campus Connection and get an error message reading "Department Consent Required" it means that a permission number is needed in order to register. You will need to get a permission number and then use that number to register in Campus Connection. You can get a permission number by talking to your department.
You can control when your course is private—or unavailable—to your students. For example, you may not want students to access your course during the building process.
You can search the content available to you in the Content Collection.
A listing and description of Blackboard user roles.
You can control when your course is private—or unavailable—to your students. For example, you may not want students to access your course during the building process.
If allowed, you can control whether or not the guest and observer roles have access to your course. You also have control over the content they can see. Your institution must create the accounts and associate observers with students.
A Quick-Start Guide Instructors - covering how to set up Microsoft OneNote's integration with your Blackboard course site. Students (and instructors) can collaborate and submit written assignments using this virtual shared notebook. Adjust the settings to provide a private, independent workspace, if desired.
Semester-based courses will be unavailable to students approximately one week after grades are due. For instructors, courses will continue to be visible in Blackboard for one year plus a term before the course is archived and removed.
Add a co-instructor or graduate assistant to a Blackboard course.