Optimizing the Grade Center


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Optimizing the Grade Center

Before we open up the Grade Center and start entering grades, I want to give you a quick heads up about a few things. First, Blackboard's Grade Center isn't really a web page or at least not a web page as you and I know. It's a full-fledged web spreadsheet program. I describe it as kind of like a simplified version of Microsoft Excel for the web. Just as Microsoft Excel takes a few extra seconds to load on your computer, so too will Blackboard's Grade Center. In fact, it's probably going to be the slowest page in Blackboard.

Be prepared for the Grade Center to take a while to load. Particularly if you have a lot of students or a lot of score columns. Blackboard 9 is the first version of Blackboard that pushes a lot of its computing resources from Blackboard servers to the end user's computer. If you're running an older computer, if you have a computer with a bunch of windows open, or if you're running an older web browser or just have a slow Internet connect...

Optimizing the Grade Center
Video duration: 1m 36s 6h 52m Beginner Updated Oct 09, 2012

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Optimizing the Grade Center provides you with in-depth training on Education + Elearning. Taught by Patrick Crispen as part of the Blackboard 9.x Essential Training for Instructors

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Education + Elearning
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Blackboard
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