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Palomar College only maintains a system wide backup for disaster recovery. This backup does not allow us to restore individual courses to the Blackboard system. If you would like to backup your course use the "Archive Course" tool in your course "Co...
To log on to Blackboard go to http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard/ [1]. Use the same username and password combination as you would use to access a computer on the campus network. (This is the same username and password you use when accessing Palomar e-mail...
To allow a student who received an Incomplete grade in a prior term access to a current term Blackboard course, please contact Rick Gommel by phone at (760) 744-1150 ext. 3030. When you call, be ready to provide the student ID number for that student, as ...
There is no direct way to print the grade grid from within the Grade Center. You can download a printable version by following these steps: * From the Full Grade Center grid view, click the "Work Offline" button in the upper right corner. * Click...
When a course is canceled in the eServices system the course is disabled in Blackboard. Since the course is disabled you no longer have access to the course to archive or export it. To gain access to the course again you will need to have your department ...
If you are a professor who needs to make your course available to students, follow this procedure: Login to Blackboard Click on the link in the My Courses area to enter your course Click the CUSTOMIZATION link in the Control Panel (on the left...
If you are getting an error when uploading a Grade Center file (from Excel) that says "incorrect file format," here's why: Blackboard downloads the file in what is called Unicode format, but sticks a different file extension at the end (the period and ...
Some courses in Blackboard have custom names. If your course is incorrectly named you should contact your department to have the course name corrected in eServices. Once the change has been made in eServices it will be applied to your Blackboard course...