Click the assignment link to access the submission point. If you are unable to see the toolbar containing the Mashups button, you can expand to see all toobars by clicking the double arrows (top right of the Text Submission box). Once your file has uploaded (100% and the file name appears next to Uploaded File), click Next.Step 2: On the Upload Assignment page, scroll to the Assignment Submission area and click on Write Submission to open the Text Submission box. Step 7: You will now be prompted to provide some details about the file you have uploaded.IMPORTANT: Before making your submission, please read Things to be aware of before submitting.
Once you have completed this, you make your actual assignment submission following the quick steps below.
Important note 1: It is essential that you allow ample time before the submission deadline to upload your media file to Kaltura (we recommend that you allow at least two hours before the submission deadline).
You should access Medial using an alternative operating system or device.
A Blackboard submission point for students to upload and submit video and audio files to is set up in the same way for regular submissions.
Remember it is your responsibility to return to the submission page to check that your work was successfully uploaded and can be played back.
It may take a few minutes for the processing of your video or audio file to complete. To play your video or audio file, click Play Media.[Video guide for students submitting to Medial] Step 1: Locate the Blackboard Assignment submission point for the task. Step 5: Locate and select the file you wish to upload and submit for grading.Your tutor should have communicated where this is located and will normally be in the Assessments area. Take note of the file formats that can be uploaded, and refer to any specific requirements given by your tutor. Step 6: Your file will begin to upload and a progress bar will indicate the progress of the upload.Students can try the upload in another browser on their Mac, but that also seems to be a problem.The Safari upgrade seems to corrupt the upload process entirely for the student on that unit. Faculty: If the PC upload is not a viable option for the student, faculty are encouraged to determine what options may be possible within the scope of the course.Depending on the size of the file, Kaltura will take some time to convert the file before it is available to attach to your assignment submission through Blackboard.Important note 2: To avoid upload problems, it is recommended that you upload very large media files over a wired internet connection rather than wifi.Also, using a web browser that is not certified for Blackboard may cause problems for students attempting to open a test/assignment, submit a test/assignment, or use the file upload feature.See Supported Browsers Tutorial for a list of web browsers currently supported by Blackboard.Students: Contact your instructor directly for instructions on what to do next.Do not wait for an assignment to be due, if possible.