Getting Ready for Online Learning (BB9)
You can find your required textbook information for your online course at:
The workload in each online class is the same as what is expected of a normal studio or liberal arts college class. On campus, for example, a three-credit studio class meets for five hours a week, and students are expected to do roughly the same amount of work outside of class.
Some courses will require students to download Adobe programs or Adobe Creative Cloud.
This video describes the basic steps of that process:
Congratulations on taking an Online Learning course!
After you register for a course, here's the sequence of events.
The sooner you log in, the better! You can start getting familiar with your course on the Sunday before classes start.
After you log in,
The Orientation Assignment is your opportunity to introduce yourself to the other members in the course and to review or learn basic Blackboard skills. We encourage you to do the Orientation Assignment for every online class, even if you have already done it before.