of your course's Blackboard site
Monday, 1/27/2014, and ends with the final exam. Earlier site access before the beginning of the semester will
be possible (so please do not e-mail the instructor to request earlier
order to log in, you must be enrolled in one of Dr. Carmona's classes--and
please note that, if you enrolled late in this course, it
will take about 24 hours before Information Systems gives you access to
the course's Blackboard site.
To get started in
please read and follow
all of the instructions
LOG IN to Blackboard at
using your default user
(your 6-digit birth date—e.g., 012580 for January 25, 1980).
you are unable to log in, try the following:
Double-check to make sure
that you have entered your default user name and password correctly.
on the following link for detailed log-in assistance:
after repeated attempts to follow the above instructions, you are still unable to log in to
BLACKBOARD SITE FOR YOUR COURSE.
you have successfully logged
in to Blackboard, find
the link to the appropriate course site and enter it. If (and only if)
you are already enrolled in the course (for at least 24 hours), the link should
be visible on the first screen after log-in.
FOLLOW THE STARTUP
that are posted on the
Announcements page of the
course's Blackboard site.
These instructions will guide you to the first assignments for this
semester. Please note that your first assignment will
already be due on Friday, 8:00 am, of the first week of the
UPDATE YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS
(to be completed right
away at the beginning of the course).
Please verify that your
address at the WebAdvisor site is correct
and current (and one that you already check frequently) so that
you can be sure to receive announcements and messages regarding the
course. Your WebAdvisor email address is
automatically (by default) the same address that is used by
Instructions on how to change
your WebAdvisor email address are available at:
a course expectation that you read and respond to the instructor's
e-mail communications in a timely manner. Neglecting or
forgetting to check for course-related e-mails will not be accepted
as an excuse for failing to keep up with these important