What is it?
When your instructor marks your work, they might provide you with written feedback. It is important to read this feedback carefully as not only will it praise good work, but it will provide constructive criticism to help you improve your mark further in future assignments.
What does it do?
You can access your feedback directly on your assignment submission link or, if you want to see an overview of your assignments and see at a glance which of them have feedback attached, you can do this in the Gradebook and just click into the relevant assignment.
- View feedback directly from your assignment link
- View feedback in the gradebook
- Improve your writing further
- Be aware of your strengths
Note: This guide is aimed at viewing feedback for Blackboard tests and assignments, but it is also important to note that you can also view feedback for Turnitin assignments by clicking on the assignment in the Gradebook as well.
What should I know?
Step 1: From your module page, navigate to the top right-hand menu and select the gradebook icon (looks like a notebook).
Step 2: You will be able to see a list of assignments you have completed or yet to complete. You will notice a purple speech bubble icon under the Feedback section. This icon will appear beside any assignment with feedback.
Step 3: Select the speech bubble icon and a side panel will open. Select the link beside Attempts (in blue) to open the assignment.
Step 4: Below your final mark, you will again, see the purple speech bubble icon, click on this.
Step 5: Here, you will find your feedback in the panel to the right of the screen.