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Revision as of 11:30, 26 July 2017


Use this link to contact the IT Help Desk
Student Bb Bulletin
Student Frequently Asked Questions

Standard Practices

  1. Students are added to course shells two days before the semester begins.

  2. Students will only see courses that have been activated by the instructor.

  3. Not all instructors use Bb and you are not likely to see all your courses.

  4. If you are a continuing student you are likely to see your courses from the previous semester. Instructors can deactivate a course when it is over, and you will not see deactivated courses.

  5. All members of the university community should use the Chrome web browser with Blackboard:
    Download Chrome

  6. Please refer questions regarding course content (where is the test?) to your instructor, but questions involving use of Blackboard (how do I reply to a discussion board post?) should be directed to the Online Help Desk:

All questions are welcome -- don't be shy!


Getting Started

Getting Started Where are my courses? Bb Co. Support
Hiding old course shells Change Language Using Bb profiles
Global navigation Jump from one course to another Working with the content editor


Setting Preferences

Look up username and ID Set notification options Editing privacy options
Changing your password Using Bb profiles Change avatar
How to manage your profile Change language of the user interface  



Assignments overview Submit an assignment How to take a test online
Using Portfolios Create and Share Portfolios Portfolios: Using Artifacts
Test-taking Precautions Check assignment grades Check Grades



Send an email Using the discussion board Discussion Board: Insert Inline Image
Working with journals Working with blogs Working with Wikis
Working in groups    


Mobile App

Quick Start/Download Feature Guide Course Content
Course List Discussions Web Conferencing
Assessments Student Profile Push Notifications



All technology-related questions, problems and reports should be addressed to the IT Help Desk:




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