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No Changes in Clicker Interface in Blackboard »

Recently we notified Blackboard faculty that the interface for Turning Technologies Clicker registration in Blackboard would be different this semester due to an upgrade to the tool.  Due to unexpected behaviors with the tool (that were not observed during the testing phase), last week we had to roll-back to our previous version of the tool.  So the i . . .

Students: Help Finding your Course on Blackboard »

If you are a student looking for a course in Blackboard and cannot see it, it may be the course has not been created by the faculty member in Blackbaord or it has not been made available by the faculty member in Blackboard. Please check with your faculty member to see if they are using Blackboard, have created the course, and have made it available. If . . .

Students: Help finding your Blackboard Courses »

If you are student looking for your courses in Blackboard and can not see them, it may be that it has not been created by the faculty member or it has not been made available by the faculty member. Please check with your faculty member to see if course has been created and it is available or if they are using Blackboard. If the faculty has created and . . .

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