Think of Blackboard as the website for your course. It is a place where you can curate the learning material that your students need to be successful. It can be used as central place for them to submit assignments, complete quizzes and interact with you and other members of the class. You can also use it to link to external resources and tools such as Zoom.
Case studies which cover examples of how this technology might be used in teaching.
There are two main types of assignment submission links that can be set up within Blackboard:
You can also set up Online Tests (Quizzes) containing a variety of Question Types, including some that can be automatically graded.
The Centre for Academic Development has produced a guide for developing multiple choice and other objective style questions that can assist in the creation of this type of assessment.
Academic Integrity Declaration
Academic Integrity for Online Tests/Assignments using Blackboard
You can set up Blackboard to display an Academic Integrity Declaration for students before they take an online test or assignment. Students are asked to acknowledge they have read this before taking the test.
This is the text that can be used:
Video on How to link Academic Integrity Statement to Blackboard Test/Assignment
Generic Blackboard Test Instructions
Some generic Blackboard test instructions that you can use for providing information to students about your test. Please modify the instructions to suit how your test is set up and administered.
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Talk to one of our learning and teaching team about using Blackboard in your teaching.