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YuJa is a great tool for students and instructors to upload video lectures/assignments to share with the rest of the class.
Steps to course copy Grade Center from one course to another.
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.
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/
Add a co-instructor or graduate assistant to a Blackboard course.
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.
Steps for where and how to purchase course textbooks.
Exam publishing instructions for Respondus. Respondus is a powerful tool for creating and managing exams that can be printed to paper or published directly to Blackboard Learn.
These step-by-step instructions will show you how to locate and open your course's Blackboard site.
For instructors and students: How to launch the YuJa Software Capture application from within Blackboard, set up and create a recording, and share it in any Content Area, assignment, discussion board, or any other area with a text editor inside of your Blackboard course.
Steps to copy content in Blackboard. Two options are available:
1) Copy items from one area to another (in the same Bb course)
2) Copy items from one course to another in Blackboard
Steps to copy or export a test/exam to another course.
Exam Proctoring ensures the security of student exams taken from remote locations. Exam Proctoring also allows the instructor to provide tools to record video. The Proctor Recorder also ensures that the recording is only securely allocated to a centralized instructor folder which will avoid distribution of the exam recording by the student.
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.