There may be a possible interruption to Blackboard overnight tonight A restart of Blackboard is scheduled for midnight tonight (Thursday 10th into Friday 11th). View details for other timezones.
We’ve applied a fix so the Question Completion Status bar doesn’t get stuck in place when you scroll the page
Blackboard Managed Hosting advise us that there will be interruptions to service on Friday August 21st, between 0100 and 0500 BST. This is to migrate our data to ‘a more scalable storage environment which can accommodate future growth’. View details for other time zones.
The Youtube mashup is available again. Existing videos added to courses will work once more, and you are able to search for and add videos to courses.
Last weekend saw our annual upgrade to Blackboard. Read on for the (not very many) changes
The new Blackboard modules for 2015-16 will be created from those agreed and registered in SITS/UMD and will be available to staff by Monday 10th August 2015. After this date you can begin to populate them with new material or reuse existing material that you can copy from the previous year. It is quick and Continue Reading…
Our annual upgrade is scheduled to begin on Saturday 4th July Blackboard will start working on the upgrade at 0100 BST, and it can take up to twelve hours to complete. See details for other timezones. We’ll be upgrading to the Blackboard Learn October 2014 release. There are no new features for this release, but many bugs and known Continue Reading…
After yesterday’s unplanned service interruption, SCORM has been made available once more.
You may have experienced poor performance with Blackboard this morning, maybe even seeing a service interruption notice This was the result of a problem with the database caused by SCORM (the part of Blackboard that lets things like Adobe Presenter or Articulate report quiz results back to the Blackboard Grade Centre). To quickly fix the problem, Managed Continue Reading…
Blackboard will be unavailable for approximately 15 minutes on the early morning of May 15th. The maintenance window will begin at 0100 BST and will last for four hours. View details for other timezones.