Distance Learning Blackboard 9.1 Boot Camps
If this is your first time to take an online class at NWACC, we HIGHLY recommend you attend one of the following sessions, BUT ATTENDANCE IS NOT MANDATORY, only suggested.
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Blackboard Boot Camp is a two hour hands-on session that will take you through the basics of how to use the Blackboard 9.1 learning system. We will also be serving a Self-Guided Boot Camp course to allow you to work at your own pace.
Live Boot Camp Dates and Times:
Washington County Center - Rm 103 - 15 Seats
Friday, January 9th 1pm – 3pm
Bentonville Burns Hall Rm 2452 - 30 Seats
Thursday, January 8th 12noon – 2pm
Friday, January 9th 8am – 10am
Saturday, January 10th 10am – 12noon
You will receive an email a few days before the sessions with
instructions and location information in your NWACC Email!
Self-Guided Boot Camp:
A self-paced boot camp course is available for the Blackboard system. All new online and hybrid students will be enrolled into this course prior to the next semester. Every new Distance Learning student will have access to the course once they receive a welcome email from us. If you do not have access please contact Jay Hall at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Check out the Blackboard Boot Camp Access Video for instructions on how to find the boot camp course and your classes.
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If you are not newly enrolled in an online or hybrid class and would like access to the Self-Guided Boot Camp course please contact Jay Hall at email@example.com, please allow 48 hours from the time of request for the enrollment to take effect.