UNI eLearning Users

Blackboard Mobile Learn app

The Mobile Learn app is the original app for viewing your Blackboard Learn courses on mobile devices. Blackboard has created persona-based apps to access their Blackboard Learn (UNI eLearning) software.

Both instructors and students can use Mobile Learn. This application gives students and faculty access to their eLearning courses on a variety of mobile devices. Students and instructors can access documents in multiple formats, read announcements, create discussion threads, upload media, create content items, comment on blogs, and more—all on the mobile devices they love.

How do I reorganize, edit, or personalize the "My Courses" module?

Users can reorganize, edit, or personalize the "My Courses" module:

  1. After you log into UNI eLearning, please put your cursor on the "My Courses" module's purple header.
  2. A "gear" icon should appear in the right hand side of the purple header. Click on the "gear" icon.
  3. In the "Personalize: My Courses" screen locate the course.

To hide a course(s): Uncheck the boxes under the "Course Name" and "Instructor" columns and then click the Submit button.

New Features and Enhancements for Fall 2014

On Thursday, August 7, 2014, the UNI eLearning System (Blackboard Learn 9.1) was upgraded to the "April 2014 Release". There are only a few enhancements and new features/tools, so please select your role below to learn more:

Product Suggestions for Blackboard Learn

Blackboard Inc. is always looking for ways to improve their products. The individuals at Blackboard that collect and manage the product enhancements can be effective advocates;however, they need specific information to help prioritize your case and/or match it with similar requests that have already been received.

UNI eLearning (Blackboard) Mobile Learn Apps

Blackboard has moved to creating persona-based apps to access their Blackboard Learn (UNI eLearning) software. Blackboard will be removing the original mobile app, Mobile Learn, from app stores on December 31, 2016 and support will end on June 30, 2017. The persona-based apps offer a more modern, responsive design that will result in a better experience for end users. Blackboard has released two persona-based mobile apps:

Fall 2011 UNI eLearning Courses

Integration between the Campus Solutions Student Information System (SIS) and Blackboard Learning Management System (LMS) will permit automatic creation of Fall 2011 courses.  An eLearning site will be created for all courses entered into the SIS.

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