Blackboard Adaptive Release EdTech - Review and consider possibilities

Last updated on 20/02/2020

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Blackboard Adaptive Release allows course conveners and instructors to release course content based on rules that they create. They can control what content is made available to which students and under what conditions they are allowed to see it.


With adaptive release, instructors can create a set of rules to control how content is released to students in their courses. These rules can be based on:

  • Availability
  • Date and time
  • Individual usernames
  • Membership in course groups


Your Learning and Teaching Consultant can suggest ways to optimise the use of Adaptive Release.

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  • Learning Futures


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