To Add a File to a Module or Content Area:
Copyright is the exclusive legal right given to a creator to reproduce, publish, sell or distribute his/her work. All members of the Humber community are required to comply with Canadian copyright law which governs the reproduction, use and distribution of copyrighted materials. This means that the copying, use and distribution of copyright- protected materials, regardless of format, is subject to certain limits and restrictions. For example, photocopying or scanning an entire textbook is not allowed, nor is distributing a scanned book.
See the Humber Library copyright website (http://library.humber.ca/copyright) for additional information regarding copyright and for details on allowable limits.
The instructions below will show you how to hide or show content course menu and content areas.
If you would like to hide an entire course menu item, and all the content items and tools within it:
If you would like to show a course menu item that has previously been hidden:
Use the action bar to the left of any content within a Content Folder/Area to drag and drop the item up or down the page.
Click and drag the double headed arrow to the left of the course menu item to reorder the navigation.
CAUTION when DELETING Keep in mind, when you delete a course menu item. If it's a "Content Area" then you are also deleting the content contained within the area.
To Add an Item to a Module or Content Area:
You can create formal groups of students to collaborate on work, and create these groups one at a time or in sets. You can manually select group members or allow students to self-enroll. Each group has its own space, or homepage, with links to tools to help students collaborate. Only you and group members can access the group tools.
Two group creation options:
Self-Enroll allows students to add themselves to a group using a sign-up sheet. Manual Enroll allows you to assign each student in your course to a group. Manual enrollment is available for both single groups and group sets. Random Enroll is available for group sets only and automatically distributes membership into groups based on a designated number of students per group or the designated number of groups. Random distribution applies only to students who are currently enrolled in your course. You can enroll additional students manually.
On the Control Panel, expand the Users and Groups section and select Groups.
Announcements appear below the movable bar in the order posted, with the most recent announcement appearing first.
To access the Text Editor on Blackboard:
To access the Math Editor on Blackboard: