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Blackboard: When can I access my Blackboard Course?

A walkthrough of when you can access your Blackboard course

Blackboard: When can I access my Blackboard? 

Blackboard courses are generated for professors a few months before the start of the next term. They are given this time to create a course or port one over from a previous term/semester. Thus the professor may or may not be done with this process by the time that classes start. It should also be noted that a professor does not have to use Blackboard if they so choose.  
This all means that the timeframe is varied. For some, you might see your course before the first day of class. Others, will see it on the actual day. While others still, might need to check in with their professor on the first day of class to see how the professor plans to use Blackboard and when they think they might turn it on. 

Also see:

Blackboard: What web browser to use
Blackboard: Where to Log Into Blackboard
Blackboard: How to Check my Grades
Blackboard: How to Make An Announcement
Blackboard: How to Add a Course Tool

Blackboard: How to hide content
Blackboard: Why would I Use Audio/Image/Video?
Blackboard: How to Add A Banner 
Blackboard: Exporting and Importing Blackboard Course Materials
Blackboard: Tips For How To Set Up A Course
Blackboard: Getting your class roster in Excel
Blackboard: Moving Materials in Blackboard
Blackboard: How to Embed Google Docs into Blackboard
Blackboard: I Was Submitting My Assignment but Now It Is Gone
Blackboard: Content Collection

Keywords:blackboard, access, course   Doc ID:74272
Owner:Ryan T.Group:Washington State University - Vancouver
Created:2017-06-22 17:11 CDTUpdated:2018-10-02 13:17 CDT
Sites:Washington State University, Washington State University - Vancouver
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