Step 1: Locate “My Course” on the institution home page
Step 2: Hover in the light blue of “My Course”, to the right you will see a cog (looks like a tooth gear)
Step 2: Click the cog
Step 3: Check the box to the left of “Group by Term”
Step 4: Click “Submit”

Step 1: Log in to Blackboard Learn

Step 2: On the My Institution page under My Courses, hover in the lite blue area of the box

Step 3: Click the cog in the upper right hand corner

Step 4: Check the box to the left of “Group by Term”

Step 5: Click “Submit” to save the changes

This allows you to group courses according to the term and makes finding a course easier.

Step 1: Log in to Blackboard Learn

Step 2: On the My Institution  page under My Courses, hover in the lite blue area of the box

Step 3: Click the cog in the upper right hand corner

Step 4: Uncheck the the blue checkmark under “Select All/Unselect All” for the courses you wish to hide

Step 5: Click “Submit” to save the changes

 

The video below will walk through how to grade your assignment, discussion, etc.. with a rubric that you have setup.

Hide Grade Column

Step 1: Click  “Grade Center” under the “Course Management” panel.

Step 2: Click  “Full Grade Center”.

Step 3: Select column to hide.

Step 4: Click the Action Link Item to the right of column name.

Step 5: Select “Show/Hide to Users”. showhideuser

Note: A circle with a slash  cirlce_slash to the left of the column name will indicate users cannot see the column.

Show Grade Column

Step 1: Click “Grade Center” under the “Course Management” panel.

Step 2: Click “Full Grade Center”.

Step 3: Select column to show.

Step 4: Click the Action Link Item to the right of column name.

Step 5: Select “Show/Hide to Users”. showhideuser

Note: Blackboard Learn does not include a grade unless it has a value, even if that value is a zero. You must enter a zero to any grade column. If the column is left with a double dash (no score assigned) then it will not be calculated in the total column.

Step 1: Click  “Grade Center” under the “Course Management” panel. 

Step 2: Click  “Full Grade Center”.

Step 3: Click on the double dash .

Step 4: Enter zero.

Step 1: Click “Grade Center” under the “Course Management” panel. 

Step 2: Click “Full Grade Center”.

Step 3: Locate the column to override grade.

Step 4: Locate the student.

Step 5: Locate the exclamation mark or double dashed lines. 

Step 6: Click directly on the exclamation mark or double dashed line. 

Step 7: Enter points.

Step 8: Press enter or return on the keyboard.

Note: The triangle  indicates the grade has been overridden.

Step 1: Click  “Grade Center” under the “Course Management” panel.

Step 2: Click  “Full Grade Center”.

Step 3: Locate the column of the test to grade.

Step 4: Locate  the exclamation mark. 

Step 5: Click the action link item to the right of the exclamation mark. 

Step 6:  Click the student’s “Attempt”. 

Step 7:  Locate the essay that needs attention.

Step 8: Grade the essay.

Step 9: Give feedback.

Step 10: Click “Save and Next”

To Manually Override a Grade

Step 1: Click the exclamation mark or double dashed line. 

Step 2: Enter points.

Step 3: Click enter.

Note: The triangle indicates the grade has been overridden.