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You can filter your gradebook view based on merged courses. This article explains how.
This article explains how to set up the overall grade in Blackboard Ultra.
This article explains how categories in the gradebook work in Blackboard Ultra. Custom categories are available in addition to the standard assessment categories.
This article will walk you through how to set up and use Attendance in a Blackboard Ultra course.
This article will walk you through creating filters in your Gradebook to see specific columns and/or students.
This article will walk you through creating columns for students’ overall letter grade.
You can annotate and grade student files directly within the browser.
You have immediate access to all your courses' grading tasks on the global grades page. You can quickly scan everything you need to grade without navigating to each course. Within your course, you can access the course grade book on the navigation bar.
An instructor or grader can create personalized audio and video feedback recordings for individual assessment attempts or manual gradebook items.
This article explains how to drop the lowest, or highest, grade in the Gradebook in Blackboard Ultra.
This article shows you how to reorganize items in your Blackboard Ultra Gradebook
This article shows you how to Download and Upload grades to/from a Blackboard Ultra Gradebook.
This article will walk you through how to grade a test in a Blackboard Ultra course.
This article will walk you through creating a Total Points column in the gradebook, as well as adding Extra Credit to students’ total. The total points column must be created as a calculated column. Currently, the Overall Grade feature in Blackboard only calculates student’s weighted grades and not total points. Currently, Extra Credit cannot be added to weighted grades in the Ultra Course View.
This article will walk you through creating manually graded gradebook columns in the Ultra Course View. Manually graded columns can be created for assignments that don't require a submission in Blackboard such as class participation, extra credit, and in-class graded assignments.