Online feedback and marks

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The information in this article contain guidance that you might copy and share with students to illustrate how to access different types of feedback that you might provide to them via the Blackboard Grade Centre.

At Sheffield Hallam University, online submission of student work and online feedback processes are managed using the Blackboard VLE. Work submitted online is stored in, and feedback and grades are uploaded to, the Grade Centre in Blackboard. Students access their feedback and marks using the My Grades tool. This is a private view of a student’s own feedback and marks. Students are informed that marks provided in this way are provisional. This article explains how to access student work and viewing the feedback and marks provided to them in the Blackboard Grade Centre.

At Sheffield Hallam University, online submission of student work and online feedback processes are managed using the Blackboard VLE. Work submitted online is stored in, and feedback and grades are uploaded to, the Grade Centre in Blackboard. Students access their feedback and marks using the My Grades tool. This is a private view of a student’s own feedback and marks. Students are informed that marks provided in this way are provisional. This article explains how to access a private content area in which a sample of marked scripts are provided.

Following the update from Crocodoc to New Box View it is no longer possible to download annotated student papers marked-up with inline comments. Marked-up student papers must be viewed via the Grade Centre.

Completed Feedback Rubrics can be downloaded from the Grade Centre and moved to another area of the Blackboard site if needed for external moderation.

The Advanced Assignment Tool (aka Batch Upload Tool) in Blackboard enables you to batch upload feedback file attachments to the Grade Centre for assignments submitted online.

The Blackboard Marks and Feedback (‘Batch Upload’) tool enables the bulk upload of feedback file attachments and marks generated electronically outside of Blackboard into the Grade Centre for an assignment submitted online. There are a series of considerations and possible risks associated with the Marks and Feedback tool that you should familiarise yourself with before undertaking the actual process.

Module Leaders must collate all marks for their module and clearly indicate the marks for each task identifying the tasks and the weightings as per the module descriptor. Complete sets of internally moderated marks must be submitted on a spreadsheet to Student Administration by the marks submission deadline. The spreadsheet must be in Excel format and preferably downloaded from the Grade Centre in Blackboard.

Module Leaders must collate all marks for their module and clearly indicate the marks for each task identifying the tasks and the weightings as per the module descriptor. Complete sets of internally moderated marks must be submitted on a spreadsheet to Student Administration by the marks submission deadline. The spreadsheet must be in Excel format and preferably downloaded from the Grade Centre in Blackboard. This comprehensive guide includes detailed step by step instructions for each stage of the process and the support available.

Module Leaders must collate all marks for their module and clearly indicate the marks for each task identifying the tasks and the weightings as per the module descriptor. Complete sets of internally moderated marks must be submitted on a spreadsheet to Student Administration by the marks submission deadline. The spreadsheet must be in Excel format, adhering to requirements set out below, and preferably downloaded from the Grade Centre in Blackboard. This guide provides a summary of the information that Student Administration require in the marks spreadsheet.

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:

This article provides best practice guidance and considerations when uploading media-based feedback (e.g. audio or video/screencast feedback) files to the Grade Centre in Blackboard either as attached files or for streaming via Medial.