Not sure how to post a blog entry or comment on Blogs on Blackboard? It is easy! Read on for directions on how to read, post, and comment on a blog in Blackboard.
If you have someone edit or proofread your paper for a class, they may have used either the “comment” tool or the “track changes” tool in Microsoft Word. Even after incorporating the comments and the changes, you may still see the comments and the changes in the margin of your paper. Or, worse, when you upload the document to Blackboard, they show up when your instructor views your paper. Read on to learn how to remove both the “track changes” edits and the “comments” from your Word documents.
There are many different ways to calculate grades. The easiest to understand is a running total of points. However, frequently your instructor will calculate grades by percentages or weighted grades. Understanding how these grades are determined is a little different and at times difficult. This article should help you determine how your grade is calculated on Blackboard and will provide tips on understanding weighted grades.
As a student it can be useful to be able to view your exam attempts in Blackboard. This article will show you two different methods of viewing attempts.
Understanding the Safe Assign originality report is important if you want to correct the citations that you missed in your paper. Here are a few tips to help you understand how to read the originality report.