Blackboard allows instructors to customize folders, so instructions vary on finding the assignment link. Please note that you can only submit points for assignments in their corresponding links.
Example: Assignment 2's points cannot be submitted through Assignment 1's link.
Important note 1: It is essential that you allow ample time before the submission deadline to upload your media file to Kaltura (we recommend that you allow at least two hours before the submission deadline).
Depending on the size of the file, Kaltura will take some time to convert the file before it is available to attach to your assignment submission through Blackboard.
NOTE: IF an assignment says "item is not available", this is due to the date restrictions you may have placed on that item when it was created.
Delegated grading assigns someone other than the instructor to grade a student's submission.LOG OUT as the instructor and log in as the test student in order view the course as a student in order to see the Collborate sessions or SCORM modules as a studnet.Use the Test Account Login in order to login as the test student.When an assignment is available for you to submit, it will become a clickable link on the Coursework tab in Blackboard.Alternatively, you may access it directly through your course in a content area named ‘Assignments’ available on the left hand course menu.Only Assignment 1's points can be submitted: You should see this loading page: Once the zy Book page loads shortly after, you should see all the assignments that are due: After closing that message out, you will be in the first section of the assignment.At the bottom of every zy Book section that is in the assignment, you will be given the option to submit your points: Additionally, you can also submit your points in the Assignments tab: If you are having issues submitting your assignment, check our common errors article.If you attempt to take a test or complete an assignment with your instructor account, you receive the message that you are previewing the assignment and your submission will not be saved.When you are enrolled as an instructor in your own course, by the "Edit Mode" button you will now see this icon: When clicked, you are automatically switched into a student view.This works very similar to our existing "Add Test Student" tool in that it creates a real student account that can participate in tests, complete assignments and so on.Using this feature does not require that you log out or log in with a different web browser. Some things currently do not work in this view like Collaborate sessions and SCORM modules.