Blackboard Learn helps faculty manage content, personalize courses, foster collaboration, and connect with learners. Students can access content 24/7 on their mobile devices or computers making it easier than ever to manage their course loads.
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Each course automatically gets a Blackboard presence. While in your Blackboard courses, you can create and import/export content such as assignments, tests, surveys, and more. Utilize the tools in your course to make teaching and learning successful.
Utilize Blackboard to interact with your students. Tools like discussion board, blogs, journals, wiki, collaborate, and email foster interaction with students, content, and instructors. These interactions can foster online community for your students.
Just like in the classroom, Blackboard can be customized. Utilize different teaching styles, color themes, button styles, layouts, and course banners to add a personal touch to the course. Additionally, changing these items will allow you to differentiate course sections from each other.
If you have a merged or cross listed course, you can choose to hide your unavailable child courses. For help with hiding courses from your view in Blackboard, visit the Blackboard Best Practices page for instructions.
Log in to Blackboard by using your username and password at blackboard.angelo.edu. In Blackboard, you can access your courses, submit assignments and interact with peers.
Utilize Blackboard to interact with your instructor or classmates. Tools like discussion board, blogs, journals, wiki, collaborate, and email help you stay connected.
Change your notification settings, add your avatar, and monitor your courses all from your My Blackboard page. Login to Blackboard to get started with personalizing your space.
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Be sure to check out the Blackboard Best Practices page to view stay up to date on known issues and more Blackboard Help.