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Assigning A Harmonize Discussion To A Group in Blackboard Learn

by Harmonize Support, on Dec 10, 2020 1:25:21 PM

A Blackboard Course instructor can assign a Harmonize Discussion to a single group using the "Adaptive Release" menu.

1.  Create a Harmonize Discussion

2.  From the course content page click the small dropdown arrow menu icon to the right of the Harmonize Discussion's title

3.  Select "Adaptive Release"

4.  From the Adaptive Release window scroll down to the Membership area and select the group to which you would like to assign the Harmonize Discussion

5.  Move that group to the "Selected Items" area

6.  Click the Submit button in the bottom right hand corner.

For more information see the GIF below with step by step directions.

Assigning_Harmonize_to_Group_ BlackboardLearn



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Harmonize is an app used for assignments and discussions in your courses. It allows you and your instructors to create content-rich posts to encourage and facilitate online classroom discussion.

Assignments and discussions using Harmonize will display the posts in inline .

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