New 'Bb Annotate' Enhances Grading Experience

Bb Annotate allows graders to easily add comments and notations.

Bb Annotate allows graders to easily add comments and notations.

A new tool inside Blackboard Learn called Bb Annotate is now available to all UARK instructors. This added feature makes it easy for instructors and graders wanting to provide additional feedback during the grading process.

With Bb Annotate graders can draw, comment, add text inline in the document in specific places, insert images, shapes, and use a variety of colors to provide feedback. It can be used with a variety of document types and original formatting and embedded images are preserved.  

Learn more about using Blackboard Annotate in this TIPS article.

Contacts

Kathryn Zawisza, director of academic technology and innovation
University Information Technology Services
479-575-2450, kzawisza@uark.edu

Jennifer Brown, communications strategist
Information Technology Services
479-387-3849, jennb@uark.edu

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