Hi Mike,

We are using the Enhanced Receipting tool for this purpose (and yes, at extra cost...)

It sends and email with a link to to a digital receipt to students and creates a folder within the content collection of the module where lecturers could access the receipts.

It's a little basic, but has been reasonable reliable for us so far. Most issues are with students not checking their spam


On 14 December 2015 at 10:07, Mike Cameron <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
Dear all

Does anyone out there know of reliable ways of getting email receipts to students following submission to a Blackboard assignment? 

I know this is possible through notifications (though we have not always found this reliable) and through Turnitin, I think some people have customised solutions.

 Anything quick, easy and reliable to implement?



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