Blackboard Help

Exploring Course Management

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When someone has the role of Instructor, Teaching Assistant, Course Builder or Grader in a course, this person will see the menu [Course Management] in Blackboard’s bottom left-hand side.

Name of the menu areaDescriptionComponents
[Course Tools] Here, all tools that are activated in the course can be accessed and managed by the roles of Instructor, Teaching Assistant, Course Builder and Grader. Which components are displayed here depends on which tools are activated in the course. (see [Customization] > [Tool Availability])

Examples:
[Announcements]
[Blogs]
[Collaboration]
[Discussion Board]
[Email]
[Journals]
[Safe Assign]
[Glossary]
[Self and Peer Assessment]
[Content Collection] This is an area with links to all the files within this course. [Content Collection]
[Grade Center] This is the area where all results of Students can be managed and viewed.
[Evaluation] Here, the roles of Instructor, Teaching Assistant and Grader can monitor the progress of the Students. [Early Warning System]
[Performance Dashboard]
[Course Reports]
[Users and Groups] Course Users and Groups can be managed here. [Users]
[Groups]
[Customization] With this menu item, the properties of the course can be adjusted. [Enrollment Options]
[Guest and Observer Access]
[Properties]
[Style]
[Tool Availability]
[Packages and Utilities] A number of functions for importing, exporting, copying and cleaning up content. [Bulk Delete]
[Check Course Links]
[Course Copy]
[Export/Archive Course]
[Import Course Cartridge]
[Import Package/View Logs]
[Help] The help function of Blackboard for the roles of Instructor, Teaching Assistant, Course Builder and Grader.

Any course in which one has administrative rights – Course Management

  1. By clicking the button pijlomlaag next to a menu item, the underlying menu is opened.
  2. By clicking the same button once again, the underlying menu is closed.
  3. With the button -> , the underlying menu is opened in the content frame.
  4. With the button pijlomlaag next to the [Control Panel], you can close the entire [Control Panel] menu and open it again.

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