There may be instances where students submitting their work online is not possible e.g. a presentation or an exam, but you may still want to put their marks and feedback onto Blackboard.
Marking work submitted offline
This article provides instructions on how to add a marks and feedback for work that was submitted offline.
The steps below detail the bulk uploading of text-only feedback comments to the Grade Centre. For the batch upload of feedback file attachments, see: how do I batch upload feedback file attachments to the Grade Centre for assignments submitted online?
This article outlines the different methods for adding grades and feedback
This article explains how to access and provide feedback on a student's media submission in the Grade Centre in Blackboard.
There are benefits for both staff and students when video and audio feedback files are uploaded to Medial, rather than attached directly to Blackboard:
Once you have receipted work received for a student, an attempt will show against their name in the grade column for that Offline Assignment in the Grade Centre. (If you have receipted work for a group, an attempt will show against each student in the group).
You embed audio and video recordings with text-based feedback on any gradable item in Blackboard (such as assignments, grade columns, wikis, blogs, discussions, tests).