Turnitin are currently experiencing an unexpected service disruption. During this time, users may not receive Similarity Reports. You can track Turnitin’s status here: https://turnitin.statuspage.io/
Blackboard will be performing essential maintenance overnight on Monday 9th December. Blackboard will be unavailable for around 3 hours during the maintenance window which will run from 1 – 4am GMT. We apologise for any inconvenience caused. If you have any questions or concerns please contact the Digital Education Office.
Turnitin had reported they were experiencing issues with uploading submissions to Turnitin.
This issue was resolved at 6:40pm on the 13th November. Paper processing times may take longer then usual as service gets back to normal.
Turnitin have reported that they have been experiencing issues with uploading submissions. Submissions may not upload, or take longer then expected to upload. Their engineers have identified the issue, and are working towards a resolution. You can track Turnitin’s status here: https://turnitin.statuspage.io/
Places are available on Digital Education workshops and webinars before and after Christmas, including introductions to Blackboard, creating and managing online tests, and advanced use of the Grade Centre, as well as talks from AbilityNet on digital accessibility. We are also running a series of EMA drop-in clinics around the University.
If you are interested in using Blackboard for online tests come and join our webinar on 11th December 14:00-14:45. We will look at how to create question pools, different types of questions and how to deploy tests in your course. Sign up here https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/introduction-to-creating-and-managing-tests-in-blackboard-tickets-80828358797
Places are available on the Blackboard Basics Webinar for staff on Thursday 7th November 15:00-15:30.
For more information and booking see Digital Education Office Events
Places are available on the Blackboard Basics Webinar on 24th October, 15:00-15:30.
The aim of this webinar is to provide a concise overview of the tools and features of Blackboard, enable participants to be in a position to create their own courses and share ideas on how Blackboard can be used to support learning and teaching based on examples from the University of Bristol.
For more information and to register, please visit the Blackboard Basics event page.