Guide – Developing your Blackboard Course for iPad Delivery. 1 | Page. Outline for Course and Creating PDF's from Microsoft Office. It's not clear whether the Blackboard Mobile or Bb Grader iPad apps Export the paper as a PDF from Goodnotes to my Dropbox account. Tell Me. Select the Content Area from the Course Menu that holds the assignment (for example, the Course Documents area or Assignments.
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iPad apps: • iUploader: To upload a file to Blackboard requires an additional app called iUploader or one that performs the same function. There is a free version. Download PDF Icon and supports mobile devices, including iPad,iPod Touch and iPhone. iPad (5th generation), Compatible, Compatible. iTunes store; search for Blackboard Mobile Learn to find it. There is one version for the iPhone/iPod touch, and a separate version for the iPad. How do I log in to .
You may find that your course instructor has set up a Blackboard assignment, which they expect you to complete. The instructions below explain how to submit an assignment through Blackboard. Note that if you are uploading an assignment from home your internet connection may not be fast enough to upload a particularly large file over 30MB before the upload process times out. Therefore we recommend that if you wish to submit a file of over 30MB in size that you do so from a public workstation on campus or by using the SVE. You are strongly recommended to convert your submission to a PDF file before submitting it.
Upload Assignment 5. Further down the page you can click on Browse My Computer to choose a document to upload. Locate the file you wish to upload and click on Open. Please make sure that you do not have any spaces or special characters e. Ensure that the file you wish to submit is not currently open for editing on your computer.
If you wish to add further files, click on Browse My Computer again and repeat the above step. There is also an area to add any comments regarding your submission. Submit or Save?
To Submit your assignment click on Submit. Be careful not to double click on the Submit button. Make sure to click on Submit once only, and then wait until the transfer finishes. Do not double click on Submit, do not click the back button during the transfer, do not click on submit again even if you think it is taking too long. Failure to follow this guidance will lead to your assignment being corrupted. Bear in mind that if you are submitting an assignment from home that the speed at which you can upload a file is much slower than on campus.
Important note about the Save as Draft button The Save as draft option will save the assignment but WILL NOT submit the assignment to the course instructor — instead it allows a copy of the work to be saved in Blackboard, which may then be downloaded and worked on by the student at another time or location.
If you wish to submit the assignment make sure to click on Submit. If you do save as draft you can later upload an updated copy of the assignment. Success At the top of the screen you will see a receipt. Copy and paste the receipt code, paste it into a document and save it somewhere safe. This receipt can be used to prove that you submitted your assignment.
You should also receive an email confirming the submission and with a receipt code. Toward the end of this guide are instructions on accessing your submission ids since this feature was updated in June On the right side your will see confirmation of the filename of your assignment, your comment, and a download link. You can read course discussions, start threads, and reply to posts.
Tap your own post to edit or delete. When you tap Dues Dates from the Course Overview, tests and assignments with due dates are listed. Students also have this view in their Blackboard app to keep them on track.
The list is divided into sections. Due Soon shows items due in the next two days. Coming Up shows items due in the next two weeks.
You can tap an item in the list for details and a preview. You can see what students experience when they complete a test or assignment in the student app. We want to acquire tablets for teaching assistants to grade assignments; would prefer iPads but could get a Windows alternative if this would be better.
User reviews for both apps are pretty bad. Suggestions please! Blackboard's help is pretty good on this.
You can actually mark up pdfs and Word docs from directly inside Blackboard, no downloading required. This can be done using the BBGrader app on an iPad. Yes, it can be done online using BBGrader, without needing to download the documents.
But it can be done.