When a Student submits an Assignment a link to their work will appear in the Gradebook, where Instructors can review, respond, and grade it. Instructors can review the Studentís Assignment on the Grade Assignment page. Students may only submit an Assignment once unless their attempt has been cleared by the Instructor on the Grade Assignment page.
Follow the steps below to open the Grade Assignment page.
Select Gradebook on the Control Panel.
Click on the individual userís score of the Assignment that needs to be graded.
Click View on the Modify Grade page.
The table below details the fields on this page.
The name of the Assignment.
The instructions for this Assignment.
Files uploaded by the Instructor when the Assignment was created.
Click Clear Attempt to delete the Studentís Assignment. The Student will be able to re-submit the Assignment once this option is chosen.
Comments entered by the Student when the Assignment was submitted.
Files uploaded by the Student when the Assignment was submitted.
Feedback to Students
Enter a grade for the Assignment.
Enter comments for the Student to view when they access the grade for this Assignment.
Attach local file
Click Browse to select a file stored locally. Click Submit or Add Another File to attach.
Copy file from Content Collection
Click Browse and select a file to add as an attachment from the Content Collection
Currently Attached Files
Lists the files currently attached to the Instructor Comments. The Student will be able to view these files when they access their grade for the Assignment. If multiple files should be attached, click Add Another File to add additional files.
Remove a file
Once a file has been added, a Remove button appears next to it. Click this button to remove the file.
Enter notes for this Assignment. These notes are only viewed by the Instructor.
Click Browse and select a file from the Content Collection to add as an attachment from the Content Collection
Lists the files currently attached to the Instructor Notes. These files are only viewable by the Instructor. If multiple files should be attached, click Add Another File to add additional files.
Users may select files stored in the Content Collection to add to different course areas, such as Assignments, items, and Assessments. Select Browse next to Copy file from Content Collection. A new window opens displaying the Content Collection view. Once the file has been selected, choose Submit or Add Another File to attach the file.
When files are attached, users must select either Attach Local File or Copy File from Content Collection. If files that are stored both locally and in the Content Collection should be submitted, use one of the options to select a file, click Add Another File, then use the other option to select the other files.
Note: The Copy File from Content Collection option is only available if the Blackboard Content System is installed and the option has been made available by the System Administrator.
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