Thinking about adopting Ultra Experience for your course? Not sure where to get started? The resources on this page may help you get started.
STEP 1: Plan your move to Ultra
- Is Ultra right for me?
- How do I preview my course as an Ultra course?
- Can I convert my Ultra course back to an Original course in Blackboard?
- Should I convert or redesign my Original course for Ultra?
- What tools are available in an Ultra course?
- What third-party tools can I use in my Ultra course?
- What Original content types will not convert to Ultra?
STEP 2: Prepare your course for Ultra
- What can I copy or import from an Original Blackboard course into an Ultra Blackboard course?
- How do I copy content from my other Blackboard courses?
- How do I release & hide content in Ultra?
- How do I add a publisher integration to an Ultra course?
- How do I create an Ultra assignment?
- How do I import test banks and question pools?
- How do I set up the overall grade in an Ultra course?
- How do I view my course's Ally accessibility report?
STEP 3: Teach in Ultra
- How do I add a TA or grader to my Ultra course?
- How do I enable Respondus Lockdown Browser on an Ultra test or assignment?
- How do I use parallel grading in an Ultra assignment?
- How do I create an assignment or test exception?
- How do I grade student submissions in my Ultra course?
- How do I drop the lowest quiz score in my Ultra course?
- How do I add video or audio feedback to a student grade?
Ultra Adoption - Inventory Assessment Form
This form is designed to help Instructional Technology staff align your course needs with the current features and functionality of the Ultra Course View.
Ultra Course Adoption Checklist
Clicking this link will make a copy of the spreadsheet to your UMBC Google Drive.
Blackboard Feature & Tool Feedback Survey
Instructional Technology would like your feedback on the current suite of Blackboard tools and features. Your response is anonymous.
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