Instructional Technology News – March 3, 2022
- March 3rd, 2022
- in Instructional Technology News
Melissa from The Center for Instructional Technology here with the latest instructional technology news.
Midterm grades due March 4 at midnight
Midterm grades are due Friday, 3/4 at 11:59 p.m. Instructors are required to submit midterm grades for all 100- and 200-level courses, as well as grades for non-attendance. Midterm grading should be used to submit grades assigned for non-attendance.
Helpful grading information:
- Entering Midterm or Final Grades in Blackboard
- Importing Midterm or Final Grades into myBama
- Add a reason for a non-attendance grade in myBama
- Non-Attendance Grading Information and Grading Help (from Registrar)
Introducing the Instructional Technology knowledge base
You can now find instructional technology help articles and answers to frequently asked questions in CIT’s Instructional Technology knowledge base. Search by keyword, browse by topic, or navigate via menu to find resources for both instructors and students. Importing midterm or final grades into myBama? Provisioning a Blackboard course for Panopto? Creating a Turnitin assignment? Looking for Lockdown Browser Information for Students? Find the information you need in the knowledge base.
The Technologies pages on the CIT website have been redesigned to feature prominent links to relevant knowledge base content. Contact us for assistance locating former website content in the knowledge base.
Blackboard Learn: Automatic cleanup of user-created archive and export packages
An upcoming change to Blackboard Learn will impact export and archive packages created within a Blackboard Learn course. Course packages created after the March 3, 2022 Blackboard Learn upgrade will expire and auto-delete 30 days after the creation date. Existing user-generated course packages will be set to expire in 90 days from the March 3, 2022 upgrade. Additional information is available on the CIT website: Blackboard Learn: Automatic cleanup of user-created archive and export packages
News from OIT
- Crimson Google Account Service Ends May 2022
- Tech Services – Restricted Countries and Regions
- A new look is coming to Duo!
- OIT Strategic Plan – Share Feedback on Tech Services
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Your colleagues in The Center for Instructional Technology provide training, support, workshops, webinars, and consultations for UA’s instructional technologies and technology accessibility. Submit a help request or join us at an upcoming webinar.