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In this space you will find articles with step-by-step instructions on the use of Blackboard at Missouri State University. Any of the Blackboard online documentation pages can be saved as PDFs and printed for future reference. To create a PDF of an Experts page, point to Tools, and then click Export to PDF. In addition, we have links to Blackboard On Demand videos, as well as training courses and Open Lab sessions.

General Resources

In this section, you will find information regarding general Blackboard help such as browser settings and recommendations.

Blackboard at MSU Instructor Guides

In this section, you will find information regarding Blackboard 9.1 for instructors, teaching assistants, and graders.

Blackboard at MSU Student Guides

In this section, you will find information regarding Blackboard 9.1 for students.

Other Resources

> Additional Teaching Tools

> On Demand Videos

> Blackboard Training Courses

> Blackboard at Missouri State University Website

Blackboard Blog

Blackboard at Missouri State University
Blackboard News & Info
Course Copy
It’s almost that wonderful time of year again; that magical time when eager instructors will turn their eye to Blackboard and see that their courses for Fall 2014 have been opened for them to edit. It’s an exciting time where …
SafeAssign
Academic integrity is extremely important at Missouri State University, and one of the ways that you can ensure your students are practicing it is by using SafeAssign to review papers submitted through Blackboard. SafeAssign can also be used to help …
“Post First” in the Discussion Board
A common scenario plays out in discussion boards across the world: A professor posts a discussion prompt and then an eager, intelligent student posts a well thought out and informative thread, only to see nearly every following thread retread what …
Entering & Viewing Student’s Grades in Blackboard
What if you didn’t have to answer tons of student email that all asked the same thing: “What was my grade on (insert assesment name here)?” Giving students access to their grades through Blackboard makes this chore no more! Through …
 

 

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