Any feedback entered with a grade is visible to the student when they view the grade even if a journal is no longer visible. As long as the Grade Center column for the journal is visible they can see the feedback along with their grade.
Ask your students to click on the "My UO" tab, then "My Grades" in the "Tools" area, then your class. They should be able to see their grade along with your feedback to them.
Blogs and journals offer a way for the instructors to encourage students to write and reflect on what they are learning in class, and many instructors find them to be a valuable way to assess class participation. The primary difference between the two is that blogs are more oriented towards multiple contributors in a public space, whereas journals are personal to the student and are only viewable by the instructor and the writer.
There was a tool called the "digital drop box" in old versions of Blackboard, but was badly broken. It was finally completely eliminated in Blackboard 9. There is an alternative tool that accomplishes the same functionality called "assignments" that is easy to use and much less buggy.
How do I set up a survey? How do I view the results?
Creating a survey is a two-step process: you first create the survey with the “Tests, Surveys, and Pools” tool, and then you deploy it with the “Create Assessment” button in a content area, such as “Course Documents”.
Twitter provides many benefits for the academics, such as following experts in their fields around the world to keep up with the latest information. Through twitter, students and instructors are also able to participate in live discussions through the web.
Adding a twitter feed to the Blackboard site involves a combination of few simple steps: