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So You Created an Assignment in Blackboard, NOW WHAT

So You Created an Assignment in Blackboard, NOW WHAT

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So You Created an Assignment in Blackboard, NOW WHAT?
This tutorial will describe how to access an assignment (learn about assignments) in Blackboard.
Managing assignment submissions via Blackboard provides students with an opportunity to either
upload a file or directly insert (copy and paste) text into the submission box. Either way, this tutorial will
show you how to access their work.
Access the Grade Center
Two options:
1. Select thechevron (also known as the 'double down arrow' -- shown on the left) to expand the
GRADE CENTER menu option then go to the next step.
2. Select the horizontal chevron on the right, which will bring you to the FULL GRADE CENTER. Then
skip the next step.
Access the FULL GRADE CENTER
So You Created an Assignment in Blackboard, NOW WHAT? - 1
Search for the Assignment
The GREEN EXCLAMATION POINT denotes an assignment that needs to be graded. Click the
chevron to view grading options.
View Grade Details
View Attempt
So You Created an Assignment in Blackboard, NOW WHAT? - 2
View Submission -- As Text
You can direct students to either submit a file or to paste their text directly into the submission box.
This step shows what it will look like if they put text directly into the submission box.
View Submission -- As Uploaded File
Since most students use a word processor to write papers, they may be more comfortable uploading
the file to Blackboard. Click on the link to download the file. You will then be able to open the
document with MS Word, read and comment. View this Blackboard tutorial on "Electronic Paper
So You Created an Assignment in Blackboard, NOW WHAT? - 3

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