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Blackboard Video Tutorials
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This video explains how to log in to Blackboard through the MyOttawa portal.  Courses are accessed through Blackboard's My Courses module.

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This feature introduces a completely new, modern user experience that consolidates critical information from all of your courses: Profile, Posts, Updates, My Grades, and People.  (1.5 min video)
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Always present in the top right corner, this is the entry point to My Blackboard and tells you how many items are new or need your attention. It also provides one-click access to your courses, settings, and Blackboard Help. (3.5 min video)

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The My Courses portlet in Blackboard lists the courses (both past and present) taught by an instructor. Instructors can manage this list and remove old courses by following these easy steps.
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This video shares some helpful hints for working in the discussion forums.

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(.wmv format for Windows Media Player). This training video illustrates core grade book functions such as how the grade book is organized, how to locate and grade assignments, allow additional attempts, grade when multiple attempts are present, and a few tips and tricks. 
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This brief tutorial demonstrates various options for adjusting the display in Blackboard to maximize your view.

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This tutorial demonstrates how instructors use the inline assignment grading to comment on student work without having to leave Blackboard.

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In this example, you'll learn how to identify when there is an assignment ready for you to grade, how to locate and open the file, and how to enter the grade into the Grade Center.

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Instructors may allow students additional attempts at submitting homework assignments. The proper methodology and protocol are provided here.

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Often times when grading, you’ll discover a student has submitted more than once for a particular assignment. This is typically the case when a student submits homework and then discovers he or she forgot to attach their homework file, and then re-submits. Follow these steps to properly grade the student’s submissions in such a way to also ensure the grade book calculates correctly.
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The Content Editor appears wherever there is an option to type in text, such as the discussions, announcements, and assignment feedback.

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Plagiarism Prevention

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Inline assignment grading provides a whole new way of grading and providing feedback on assignments from the Grade Center. Editing can now be completed and saved directly in Blackboard via your web browser.
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This documentation lists several methods by which you can determine when a student last logged into a specific course.
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Use one of these options to view a list of students enrolled in your course (only available in fully online classes and ground classes utilizing Blackboard).
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The new course-to-course navigation feature provides the ability to move between courses without going all the way out to the “My Courses” tab. Students and instructors enrolled in multiple courses, will really like this time-saving feature.
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Zoom is the screen share and video conferencing solution in use at Ottawa University. This participant user guide provides instructions for joining and participating in meetings.
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Zoom is the screen share and video conferencing solution in use at Ottawa University. This leaderguide provides instructions for how to conduct a Zoom meeting.