Blackboard

Some Shoreline Community College online classes are taught using Blackboard.

Blackboard is web-based software that provides students and instructors a set of tools to post class materials online and easily communicate with each other. Students can access the Shoreline Blackboard website from anywhere they have Internet access.  Access your online Blackboard classroom from your mobile device with the MySCC app.

 

Introduction to Blackboard

Introduction to Blackboard sessions show you how to join your online classroom and get an overview of the online learning environment.

 

Take an Online Blackboard Tutorial

The Getting Started with Blackboard tutorial is a self-paced online course that is set up in a Blackboard classroom similar to the one you'll be using for your online classes. It is most useful if you take it before your class starts.

 

To take the tutorial, log in to Blackboard by entering the user name as bbtutorial and password as guest.

 

Blackboard Technical Requirements 

Blackboard On Demand Learning Center for Students

Blackboard Student Help Guide

 

Your online classroom

Blackboard login

To get to your class, go to the Blackboard Log In and click on the User Login button on the left-hand side.

 

A Blackboard account already has been created for you for the current quarter. If you are a returning Blackboard student, use your Blackboard account information from last quarter.

 

New student log in

Username =first letter of first name + the first 4 letters of last name + last 4 numbers of SID

Password = last 5 numbers of your Student Identification Number (your SID is your nine digit student identification number that starts with 965).

 

After logging in for the first time, change your password to something more unique so that it will be more secure (and be sure to write it down so that you can remember it!)

 

Returning student log in

Username = first letter of first name + the first 4 letters of last name + last 4 numbers of SID

Password = password from previous quarter