Blackboard Learn™ is Clemson University’s Learning Management System that instructors can use to deliver course content, communicate with students, enable student interaction, and provide on-line assignments and assessments. Whether the course is taught face to face, fully online, or as a hybrid, instructors can use Blackboard Learn™ to more fully engage students in learning activities while reducing some of the administrative overhead of managing a class.
Clemson licenses Blackboard Learn™ for use in all areas of activity–teaching, research, and public service. There is no charge to the users.
At Clemson, Blackboard Learn™ is also called MyCLE. Blackboard Learn™ is accessible from the Current Student Homepage or the Faculty Homepage or the CCIT Homepage. Blackboard Learn™ can be accessed directly at http://bb.clemson.edu. You must have a current Clemson Username to log in. Blackboard Learn™ will automatically provide you lists of courses, workgroups and resources that are available to you.
On our Blackboard Learn page we have links to tutorials, guides and manuals that can help faculty learn about the features of Blackboard Learn™. On the Blackboard On Demand Learning Center website, there are several tutorials to guide students in how to use Blackboard Learn.
An extensive collection of FAQs is available on the Blackboard Learn™ Resources site as well as from the FAQs tab inside Blackboard Learn™. Blackboard Learn™ offers a support website containing reference and self-study materials. You must create a user account to gain access at http://behind.Blackboard.com.
Yes. CCIT currently offers instructor-led training for employees. Please view our training calendar to register for these available classes. You can also request consultation from Blackboard Learn™ trainers and instructional designers. Request a consultation by emailing ITHELP@clemson.edu. View available handouts on the Blackboard Learn page.
Review the Blackboard Learn™ Supported Browsers on the Blackboard Learn™ Browser Support page to ensure that you are using a supported web browser that contains the correct Java browser plug-ins. Additonal information about the hardware and operating system requirements can be found on University of Louisville's Blackboard Learn™ Help & Resources page.
Additional Blackboard Resources can be found by searching the internet for the topic you are interested in. For example, if you are interested in the Blackboard Gradebook, do a Google search for "Blackboard Gradebook".