This information applies only to the Ultra Course View.

This information applies only to the Ultra experience.

Course content title search

You can search for items by title on the Course Content page.  Select the magnifying glass button located at the top right of the page to expand the button into a search bar.

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In the search bar, type a few letters of the keyword related to the item of your search.

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The course search function displays the titles of matched items as you type in letters. Select the item from the list to open the corresponding content.

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Select the Show all item results link at the bottom of the list to display a detailed view of all matched items. Select the desired item to view.

To do another search, select the ‘X’ button inside the search bar to clear your previous entry. You can also delete the search bar contents and type in a different keyword.

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Select the Clear Search link near the top left side of the list to clear the detailed list of search results. You'll return to the full Course Content page.

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The search display functions in a different way when the browser is not in full screen. 

Edit, replace, delete and reorder content

Edit, replace, and delete

You can make changes to existing content items on your Course Content page. In an item's row, select the menu button to access the Edit and Delete functions.

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Edit or replace files. To edit or replace files, select the ellipsis button on the right-hand side of the item you wish to work with. This opens a panel that allows you to edit:

  • Display name. Select the display name at the top of the panel to edit the name that appears on the Course Content page for your item. 
  • Add goals and standards. You and your institution can use goals to measure student achievement across programs and curricula. After you successfully upload a file to your course, you can align one or multiple goals. Select the ellipsis button on the right-hand side of the item you wish to work with and select Edit. In the panel, select Align with goals to search for available goals to align with the file.

Students can't see the goals you align with a file.

  • Replace the file. Use this option to substitute one file in place of another. For example, you may find a higher resolution version of an image you've uploaded. If the file in question is being displayed in multiple locations in the course, a prompt asks if you wish to replace the file in all instances or this single instance. The old file is not retained when replaced by the new version, unless you are replacing it in one instance only. This frees up storage space for your institution. 
  • Add a description. The description appears beneath the display name on the Course Content page. This is where you can provide students with more information about the item. The maximum length of a description is 750 characters. A warning will appear below the description field when 75 characters or less remain.
  • Edit student access to file. You can edit students' ability to download or view the file. 

Delete files. You can delete an item from your course or hide it from students to preserve the information. Students can't access hidden items on the Course Content page. If you delete a folder or learning module that has content, the content is also removed from the Course Content page.

Reorder content on the Course Content page 

Select the row of the item you wish to move and drag it to a new location. You can also move content into a folder. Expand the folder and drag the item to the area below the folder's title.

Learn Ultra supports up to three levels of hierarchy for content nesting on the Course Content page. For example, a folder within a folder is two levels. A folder within a folder within a learning module is an example of three levels. Your institution has the option to add one additional level of content nesting in courses across the institution. Ask your Ultra administrator whether your institution uses this option.

Image of an item being moved with the six vertical dot move icon highlighted

With your keyboard, you can move an item to a new location and move an item into a folder.

  1. Tab to an item's move button (the button is two vertical arrows: one pointing up, one pointing down).
  2. Press Enter to activate move mode.
  3. Use the arrow keys to choose a location.
  4. Press Enter to drop the item in the new location.

In an item's row, open the menu to access the Edit and Delete functions.

Control availability of content

You can easily set each piece of course content as visible or hidden from students. You can make this setting when you create each piece of content, or you can make a change after the content appears in your course.

By prominently displaying the visibility of each item, you can be confident you aren't showing students content that isn't quite ready. You have the flexibility to experiment with content before you release it to students. For example, you might show only the first week of content—and keep the rest hidden as you refine it.

With your keyboard, tab to the visibility list and press Enter to open the menu. Use Alt/Option + the up and down arrows to select an option.

Students can't access items set to appear on future dates, but they can see them in the list. You can also create rules to release content based on how a student performs on other items in your course.

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ULTRA: Visualització i millora de l'accessibilitat del contingut

No us resulta familiar? Aneu a l'ajuda d'Original per millorar l' accessibilitat del contingut.

La vostra institució decideix quines eines estan disponibles.

La vostra classe és plena d'estudiants diversos amb capacitats d'aprenentatge úniques. Proporcionant-los continguts més accessibles podran triar els formats que els van millor. Si la vostra institució utilitza Blackboard Ally, podeu fer servir aquesta eina per assegurar que el contingut del curs sigui accessible per a tots els estudiants.

Els indicadors de la puntuació d’accessibilitat i els formats alternatius apareixen al costat dels documents i les proves del curs.

Com començar a utilitzar Ally

  1. Trobeu el contingut que voleu millorar.
  2. Al costat del contingut hi ha una icona que mostra la puntuació d'accessibilitat.
  3. Per aprendre com millorar la puntuació d’accessibilitat, seleccioneu la icona de puntuació.
  4. S'obre Ally i us mostra els passos per editar el contingut, millorar la seva accessibilitat i optimitzar-lo per a formats alternatius.

Com millorar l'accessibilitat del contingut del curs

Els estudiants no veuen la puntuació d'accessibilitat del contingut. Però poden triar entre els formats alternatius que Ally genera per al contingut. Si seguiu les millors pràctiques per crear contingut accessible, ajudareu Ally a crear millors formats alternatius.

Visualització dels formats alternatius

Un cop afegit el contingut al curs, Ally crea formats alternatius per al contingut basant-se en l'original. Per exemple, si el contingut original és un PDF, Ally crea fitxers d'àudio, de Braille electrònic i ePub amb el mateix contingut. Aquests formats s'ofereixen juntament amb el fitxer original perquè els trobeu fàcilment.

Els formats alternatius que es creïn dependran del tipus de contingut original. Si no veieu l'opció per descarregar els formats alternatius, és que Ally no està activat per al curs o el contingut no és compatible.

Trobeu contingut al curs. Seleccioneu el menú al costat del fitxer i, després, Formats alternatius. Trieu la versió que s'ajusti millor a les vostres necessitats. Seleccioneu Descarrega per guardar el format alternatiu al vostre dispositiu.

Més informació sobre els formats alternatius per al contingut del curs