Blackboard is a Web-based course-management system designed to allow students and faculty to participate in classes delivered online or use online materials and activities to add to the classroom experience. Your professor may setup a Blackboard course for your class so it is important you that are familiar with how to use it. The following video will show you a basic overview of what Blackboard can do for you. You must have iTunes to view this video file.
- Blackboard Navigation Video - Macintosh or Windows
Your professor will let you know if they plan to use Blackboard in the classroom. If you have trouble accessing your Blackboard course talk to your professor to ensure that you have been added properly. If you have any further questions contact the Team55 office at (325) 674-5555. We do not have access to your course but can pass the issue on to the full-time staff that handle this system if needed.
What can I do in Blackboard?
- View course content
- Use the discussion board
- Chat with your classmates
- Take online tests
- Complete course work
What browser should I use?
- Windows - Use FireFox 3.5 or Internet Explorer 7
- Macintosh - Use FireFox 3.5 or Safari 4
How do I get to my Blackboard course?
- Go to myACU, look under the courses section and select the "Bb" icon next to your course.