NOTE: This issue affects AAMI, Charter Oak State College, Goodwin, Saint Joseph College, University of Bridgeport, and UConn Health Center iPad users only.
Please note that the Blackboard Mobile Learn service is installed, and we offer the following information to connect to it. However, it is NOT supported by us. We will confirm that the service is configured in Blackboard. After that, the user would have to resolve any issues with the app through their carrier, mobile device vendor, or Blackboard support directly since they are responsible for publishing and maintaining the app. .
For Blackboard Support on setting up Mobile Learn go to:
http://www.blackboard.com/resources/mobile/mobile_learn_splash/desktop/higher-pro-ed.html#android (external link)
Select the image of your phone and follow the instructions
What Can You Do With Blackboard Mobile Learn?
- Taken from http://www.blackboard.com/resources/mobile/mobile_learn_splash/desktop/higher-pro-ed.html#android
Assignment due? Class cancelled? This is the place where instructors go to post the news you need to know, giving you instant access to the latest information.
The Discussion Board is a key communication tool for you and your professors. It is the place where you can ask and answer questions, review and create new threads, and your instructors can respond to posts—all while on the go.
Want to know how you did on the midterm or last homework assignment? View your grades here!
Interact with your classmates by reading and posting comments on their blogs, or responding to comments on your own.
Track and monitor the progress of various tasks, from setting up a meeting with your T.A. to turning in papers. Mark when you've started a project, when it's in progress, and when it's complete.
Wondering who's in your class? The roster enables you to see your full class list, making it a whole lot easier to organize study groups.
Access music, videos, and images uploaded by your instructors directly from your mobile device.
Read and reflect on your Journal posts, and those of your classmates. Both you and your instructors can comment on Journals.