Find out who currently has access to your Blackboard course.
This guide explains how to manually add a user to your Blackboard course, for instance when it is not suitable for someone to be listed on the course in Banner.
This guide shows you how to easily enrol a large number of students onto an arbitary Blackboard course.
You may upload an “avatar” of yourself to Blackboard. It could be a photograph or illustration. The avatar will appear in the “Global Navigation” box at the top right of the Blackboard screen, beside your discussion board, blog, and wiki posts amongst others.
This guide explains ways in which you can find out how often users are accessing your Blackboard course, what they are looking at, and when they are using it.
Once you have added a user to your Blackboard course you may wish to modify their role, for example to make a user an instructor.
The batch enrol tool is a popular facility for adding students en masse to an arbitrary Blackboard course. This guide shows how to use WebSIS to find the lists of students who meet criteria you select to decide who should be added to your arbitrary Blackboard course.
This guides shows how to make certain areas of your Blackboard course available to users who do not have iSolutions accounts.
Student preview allows course instructors to view their course as a student. Student Preview creates a temporary student account on the course so that the instructor sees exactly what a student sees. This includes the ability to take tests and receive results.
If you prefer to be known by a different name to your first name, staff and research postgrads may set a “preferred first name” which will appear in announcements and the discussion board.
Accounts for external users
Blackboard can be accessed using an iSolutions account. “Visitor Accounts” may be arranged for colleagues from outside of the University who do not have iSolutions accounts.