For instructors and learning designers there is a series of guides showing how you can best design your course to make the most of the mobile app. This is the forth part – A Quick Reference Guide
Blackboard Student App
The Blackboard Student App is for students only and cannot be used as an instructor.
With the Blackboard Student App students can:
- Receive push notifications, a due date list, and activity stream updates. (Note that due dates relies on them being set up by course instructors and will not include TurnItIn due dates)
- Take assignments, tests, and quizzes and review your submissions.
- View your course grades as well as individual test and assignment grades. (Not including TurnItIn)
Participate in discussions.
- Attach assignment files from Google Drive, Dropbox, and OneDrive.
The Blackboard Student App can be found via these links:
Windows phone devices: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/store/apps/bb-student/9nblggh08j8w
Introductory information about The Blackboard Student App.
A list of features available in The Blackboard Student App. Some features are not licenced by the University such as Blackboard Collaborate.
Information about using the course list in The Blackboard Student App.
This guide explains how to link the The Blackboard Student App to cloud storage providers such as Dropbox, Google Drive, and OneDrive,
This guide explains what Blackboard content types and features are supported by The Blackboard Student App.
QuickStart Information about The Blackboard Student App.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about The Blackboard Student App.
This guide shows you how to use Discussion Boards and Forums from within The Blackboard Student App.
This guide explains what file types are supported by The Blackboard Student App.