This iSolutions Blackboard support web site contains information and help for students using Blackboard.
If you want to find out more about using Blackboard please take a look at the links listed below. If you have any questions about Blackboard please read our student support page to find out who to contact and what information you should supply.
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These will cover such topics as joining a session, how to raise your (virtual hand), and share your contentment and engagement with online session.
Guidance will also be available on how to set notifcations, access recordings, share messages, and use Collaborate if it has been enabled in a Blackboard group into which you have been placed by an instructor within one of your Blackboard courses.
You can find out how to access Blackboard from this web page. Blackboard is accessible from on or off campus, all you need is a web browser and an internet connection.
We have a number of straightforward step by step guides that will show you how to perform any tasks expected of you within your Blackboard course such as submitting an assignment, writing a blog/journal entry, taking part in group work, writing a wiki page, gaining an achievement, and more.
To access Blackboard you need a web browser. We keep a list of which web browsers and operating systems are supported. Whilst other browsers and operating systems may also work with Blackboard, if should experience any issues please see if you can replicated the issue whilst using an officially supported browser before reporting it.
Find out about the Blackboard mobile app that makes it easier to access Blackboard on your phone or tablet.
If you have a question about Blackboard it may well have been answered in this list of Frequently Asked Questions.
To assist University Staff in assessing academic progress, Blackboard provides a number of tools which provide information about student use of Blackboard courses. This page describes what information can be collected about your usage of a Blackboard course.