What is Blackboard Learn?Blackboard is a web-based Learning Management System (LMS) that enables Morton College educators to provide students with course materials, class discussions, assignments and assessments online. Blackboard is a powerful tool that can enhance both on-campus and distance only learning experiences.
Blackboard Learn is the successor of previous Blackboard LMS CE8. Current version: Blackboard Learn ™ Course Delivery - Enterprise License (9.1.120113.0)
For technical support, contact the Management Information System(MIS) Help Desk at (708)656-8000 Ext 2444. or HelpDesk@morton.edu.
*Faculty NO LONGER need to fill out a course request form. However, if you want to merge enrollment of multiple sections into one course site, need assistance to copy content from previous taught course, please fill out the online merge enrollment form. Once multiple course sections are merged, making changes to the course ID, name, or section number is not recommended. So please make sure you have verified each course section number and be sure to enter correct information and click “submit” button only once! *Students’ last course access date is two weeks after the end of the semester. The end of access date will apply to all courses (16 week regular, late starting, and short-term courses) unless instructor make changes.
Nov 10, 2014 – create Spring course sections in Blackboard LMS . Faculty may access their course site in Blackboard by the end of day.Jan 07, 2015 – add student enrollment into the Blackboard LMS, students may see their classes listed under “My Course” in the Blackboard, but the course may not be available yet. Jan 12, 2015 – all spring courses are set to available. Students start to have access to their enrolled course sites through the Blackboard LMS (depending on course start-dates, some courses may be still listed as unavailable)May 29, 2015 – Last day that students can access spring 2015 courses through the Blackboard LMSMay 30, 2015 – All spring 2015 courses becomes unavailable to student, faculty can still access their courses