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CREATE A BLACKBOARD
Click on the “Create
Fill in the
information requested (your name, e-mail address, and your choice of
login/password are required.) Don’t leave out
your email address!
Write down your
login/password and keep it in a place where you’ll be able to find it
if you forget what it is.
Click on the “Submit”
button at the bottom of the page.
Click “OK” on the
ON THE FIRST DAY OF THE
On the first day of
the term, go to
Login with your
Blackboard username and password.
Click on the “COURSES”
tab near the top of your screen on the left side.
On the right side of
the screen, under “Course Catalog”, click on the appropriate
category for your course (usually it will be the current term,
followed by subcategories representing subject areas.)
A list of courses
will appear. Locate the name of your course in this list.
Don’t click on the course link! Instead
Click on the “ENROLL”
button for the class, which is shown to the right of the name of the
class. Don’t skip this step!
When you click on the ENROLL button, an e-mail is automatically
sent to the course instructor. When the instructor gets the e-mail,
he/she will enroll you in the class through Blackboard. Once this is
done, you will get a confirming e-mail back from the instructor.
You can now start the class.
START YOUR BLACKBOARD
Once you receive an e-mail confirming your enrollment in the
class through Blackboard, take the following steps to get started:
http://clackamas.blackboard.com and login.
You will see a link
to your course under “Courses in Which You are Participating”.
Click on the link.
This will take you to the home page for the course in Blackboard.
http://dl.clackamas.edu and click on the “Frequently Asked
Questions” link, or go to the Blackboard Help for Students website at
19600 S. Molalla Avenue
Oregon City, Oregon 97045
Distance Learning: (503) 657-6958, Ext. 2462
Ann Boisselle: firstname.lastname@example.org
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