UNI eLearning (Blackboard) Mobile Learn App

The UNI eLearning (Blackboard) Mobile Learn 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.TC and TK approve Mobile Learn app

On September 30, 2013, UNI activated an institution-wide license for the Blackboard Mobile Learn app. All UNI active users on all devices and carriers should now be able to access the app at no cost to the user.

All Users: For more information about the Blackboard Mobile Learn app; including what you can do with Mobile Learn app, please visit and carefully read the information on the following pages:

Get the app:

  • Click on the "eLearning" icon in the MyUNI mobile app OR
  • Search for "Blackboard Mobile Learn" in your app store OR
  • Click the button or scan the QR code below:

Google Android

 

Apple iOS

Google Play StoreAndroid QR Code Apple App StoreiOS QR Code

 

 

 

 

 

 

End User Support:

End users for Mobile Learn can access the following site for assistance when using the Mobile Learn app: http://help.blackboardmobile.com . The user is routed to the Resource Center, where one can find information about various topics and also contact Mobile Learn Support by selecting Ask a Question and completing and submitting the form.

Blackboard Mobile Support Twitter: https://twitter.com/BbMobileSupport

Push Notifications:

To receive Mobile push notifications: In the Mobile Learn app, go to Settings > Notifications. Select which notifications you would like to receive. The app supports Mobile notifications for the following items:

  • Announcement Available
  • Content Item Available
  • Item Graded
  • Test Available
  • Test Due
  • Test Overdue

UNI eLearning Instructor resources:

Below are PDFs for "Recommended Practices for Building Mobile Friendly Courses":

  1. Getting Started
  2. Designing Content
  3. Mobile Learn Tools
  4. Quick Reference