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Senior TEL Applications Manager, University of Reading

Copying Blackboard Rubrics into your Ultra course

This article deals with Blackboard Rubrics, which can be used when marking Blackboard assignments. There is a different process for copying Turnitin Rubrics. You can copy Blackboard Rubrics into your Ultra course from any other course on which you are enrolled as an Instructor – whether Ultra or Original. Copy Rubrics View Rubrics on course

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Anonymous Blackboard assignments

When creating a Blackboard assignment, on the Settings panel you have the option to ‘Hide student names’. What are the implications of enabling anonymous marking? Submissions are anonymous When you tick the ‘Hide student names’ box, Blackboard does exactly that – all student submissions become anonymous, both to staff enrolled on the course and to

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Create an Assignment

Where the Mode of Submission is Blackboard Assignment (Individual, Presentation or Group) the RISIS to Blackboard integration will created the Blackboard Assignment submission point. There are a few occasions you may need to create a Blackboard Assignment submission point manually they are: Formative Assessment Mode of submission – Multipart Submission Mode of submission – Flexible

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Assignment Settings

How to access the assignment settings When creating or editing a Blackboard Assignment, you can access the assignment settings from the panel on the right of the screen. Assignment settings options Please note TEL and Support Centre recommendations for settings have not been confirmed at this time. Once agreed the recommendations will be shared with

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Blackboard Assignments – Audio and Video feedback

When marking a Blackboard assessment (for instance a Blackboard assignment, graded Blackboard journal, or Manual Gradebook column) it is possible to record up to 5 minutes’ feedback, using your computer’s microphone and/or camera. How to access the Record Feedback screen Making a recording Set up your microphone or camera Audio recording Video recording Saving your

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