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document How do I add pictures and other media to Blackboard tests?
To add pictures, videos, audio, or other media to your Blackboard test, please follow these steps: 1) Go to the Content page for your course and find the test you wish to add media to. 2) Click on the action link button next to the test name and select Edit the Test. 3) Click on Question Settings...
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document I'm an instructor and I need help with McGraw Hill Connect, who do I contact?
Support for McGraw Hill Connect can be found on McGraw Hill's Web Site. http://mpss.mhhe.com/
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document I'm an instructor and need help making my class available to my students, where can I find a tutorial?
A short video explaining how to set your course availability can be found by clicking here. Otherwise classes will become available to students on the date/time that they are scheduled to start.
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document How do I download my grades so I can submit them to my Department Chairperson?
You can download and save your classes' grades in the Grade Center as an Excel (.XLS) file for use in a spreadsheet program such as Microsoft Excel. Downloading grade data does not remove any information from the Grade Center. The Total and Weighted Total columns are included in the download...
rating 06 May, 2013 Views: 1086
document How do I make Blackboard classes available for my students prior to the class start date?
An instructor can open their course to students prior to the class start date (part of term start date) each semester, if they choose. To do this, go to Control Panel > Customization > Properties > select YES to Make Course Available and SUBMIT. ***Be sure to click SUBMIT. If the...
rating 06 Jan, 2015 Views: 869
document Help, I'm receiving errors using SafeAssign! How can I troubleshoot these errors and upload my assignments?
Some common errors using SafeAssign in Blackboard are "Sorry, we do not think you are logged in to SafeAssign." "Your session may have timed out." These errors are often caused by one of the following: You are not using a supported Operating System or Browser You have...
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