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Mark assignments in New Box View


1. Introduction

The document viewer for Blackboard assignments was updated to an interface called New Box View at the start of January 2018. You can find out more in our get started with New Box View guide.

Important: Before you start adding any marks and feedback to a Blackboard assignment, please check that you have hidden any columns in Grade Centre that will contain marks you are not ready to release to students.


2. Add marks

Important: Unlike Turnitin, marks and feedback for Blackboard assignments do not save automatically. Please click Save Draft to ensure that you don't lose any of your comments.

a. Access the assignment submission that needs marking. See our guide to viewing submissions if you need help.

b. When you have opened a student submission, you can enter marks in the panel on the right. 

c. If you have attached a rubric to the assignment, click the down arrow to expand the feedback section.

Condensed panel

d. Click the name of the rubric to open it for marking, or click the icon to the right to open the rubric in a new window.

Rubric examples

e. Our leaving feedback guide provides more information about assignment feedback tools.

Important: Feedback for Blackboard assignments does not save automatically. Please click Save Draft to ensure that you don't lose any of your comments.

f. When you have finished adding marks and feedback, click Submit. This will add the student's marks to the associated column in Grade Centre.



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