This is the sutdent tutorial page for Blackboard. The tutorials listed below will instruct you on basic "how to's" in order to access your course(s). Click on the "Start Tutorial" button below each tutorial description to access the tutorial.
This tutorial shows you how to access Blackboard and log in to the system. It also offers a quick overview of how the interface looks and functions. Access is available via the DDE homepage.
This tutorial shows you how to access your course and related courseware. You will learn that there are multiple ways you can go about doing this. Your Username nad Password will be manged by the Knowlege Managment Network.
This tutorial will show you how to navigate within the Blackboard interface. You will not only learn how to navigate the interface, but you will also be able to identify where everything is located. Blackboard has multiple veiws and access points that will allow you to gather the tools and content you need.
In this tutorial you will learn to navigate the menu items. You will also learn how to access different parts of the courseware, view course content and manipulate the interface for better navigation.
In this tutorial you will learn how and where to access the Course Syllabus (formerly the Course Directive), understand the layout of the new Syllabus, as well as how to navigate and access the provided content.
In this tutorial you will learn how and where to access the instructional content for your course. This interface differs slightly from the layout contained within OASIS. With this in mind, be assured that all the content is in Blackboard, just in different locations.
Here you will receive an overview on how to access and download course material, such as readings, sound files, videos, and links to external websites.
In this tutorial you will learn how and where to access course self-diagnostics from within the instructional commentary of the course. Self-Diagnostics will help you gauge your understanding of the course materials.
Blackboard gives you the ability to download one, some, or all your readings without accessing the courseware. In this tutorial you will learn how to access and download your course readings. Blackboard packages up all reading into a .zip file and downloads it to your computer.
In this tutorial you will learn how to access the calendar, manage and update calendar events as well as display and hide other calendars. In addition to this, you will learn how to access the course survey.
When you are enrolled in a course, you will have access to two courses: the Authoriative Content and your Seminar Course. This tutoiral shows you how to access your Seminar Course.
All written requirements are accessed within your Seminar Course. This tutorial shows you how to access your written requirement instructions . NOTE: all writen requirements will still follow the current OASIS process.
This tutorial will give you an overview of the new forums within Blackboard. Here you will learn how and where to access the forum instructions.
Forums in Blackboard are different then how they were conducted previously within OASIS. Even though they are conducted and structured differently, this tutorial will give you an overview of the new forum layout.
In this tutorial you will learn how to create a post wihtin a forum as well as how to reply to another post. NOTE: Blackboard gives you the ability to reply to a post as many times as you want, as well as upload files.
There are serval options/tools available to you in the Blackboard forums, such as accessing evaluation information, subscribing to a fourm as well as searching and display options. This tutorial will show how to access each tool and option.
In this tutorial you will learn to identify the thread actions available to you in the Blackboard Forums.