ITRC Blackboard Support
This page provides important resources for the Blackboard 9.1 Learning Management System. Blackboard delivers course content in a web-based virtual classroom environment that also provides a comprehensive array of tools. Instructors can build Web-based courses using simple point and click techniques to design a virtual class Web site without knowledge of HTML; make available twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week, your syllabus, course description, calendar, office hours, course documents, and contact information. There are many features that can be chosen to enhance courses.
Guide to Using Blackboard 9.1
|Saint Mary's College Blackboard Support Resources|
|Blackboard's Tutorials (video and text)|
|Blackboard 9.1 Instructor Guide|
|Ask Dr. C (a free question-and-answer service moderated by a dedicated, international group of your peers, and fellow Blackboard clients)|
2011 BbWorld's Keynote Addresses (Sir Ken Robinson, author of "The Element", and Steven Johnson)
- If you have any questions or concerns that are not addressed on this page, please contact Dan Mandell (284-5321).
- All new students are registered in the Blackboard system at the beginning of the year and periodically during the add period. This is done using official information from the administrative database. Notre Dame and other COEX students are directed to a web site where they can reset their password, or they can visit the Information Technology HelpDesk in Haggar Hall to obtain their Blackboard username and password.