There are two possible reasons why you are unable to successfully login to Blackboard.
At the beginning of each semester respective courses are created automatically into Blackboard based on schedules finalized by the registration's office.
It is required that all course enrollments should be accurately updated in Banner registration system.
Any change to course creation should be done in the Banner registration system and it will take effect on Blackboard accordingly.
If you can't see your courses on Blackboard after the semester begin, then probably your courses are not yet added into the Banner registration system. Please check with your college secretary to make sure that your courses are updated in the registration system.
Courses are automatically updated on Blackboard shortly after they are added to the Banner registration system.
If you still can't see your courses, please email Blackboard Support at firstname.lastname@example.org to check your issue. Don't forget to mention the missing courses, sections and your ID.
Exceptionally faculty members can nominate other staff and/or students to be additional instructors or teaching assistants on a Blackboard course. The faculty member must remain a course instructor and retain responsibility for the Blackboard course.
To request such access please email Blackboard Support at email@example.com . Don't forget to mention Teaching Assistant or Instructor name, ID and the Course Name.
For more information, visit the Blackboard Short Guide.
To add or edit a content on your Blackboard course, make sure to set the edit mode to ON. Edit mode is located at the top right of the course.
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The Assignment tool allows you to post an assignment, and then have students view this assignment and submit completed assignments as text and/or file attachments. Each assignment submission will be appended individually to the Grade Center.
Optionally, You can also check the assignments submitted for plagiarism using SafeAssign. If the option is enabled, the submitted assignment will be checked against a large number of "plagiarism databases" and gives as a result a SafeAssign report that highlights the content parts which appear as plagiarized and the matching % of plagiarism.
For more information, visit the Assignment guide
Access your course >> Click on Assignment >> point to Assessments >> Select Assignment >> Enter the Assignment Details
Click on Submission Details >> under Plagiarism Tools, Click on Check submissions for plagiarism using SafeAssign >> Submit
For more information, visit the Grade Center Guide.
To view the section alone in the grade center