In order to access Blackboard, you need:
A computer with Internet access
An active İstanbul Bilgi University email address and password
Blackboard is accessible via most major web browsers.
Internet Explorer 11+ (Windows only)
Safari 6+ (MacOS only)
1. Use a browser that is on Blackboard's list of approved browsers:
CLICK HERE for a list of supported browsers and plugins.
Blackboard recommends to use regular laptop or desktop computers when taking Blackboard tests.
Access BİLGİ Learn at İstanbul Bilgi University at https://learn.bilgi.edu.tr
NOTE: If you are already logged in to https://sis.bilgi.edu.tr and are in an active session, simply click on the BİLGİ Learn button on https://sis.bilgi.edu.tr and you will automatically login to Bb and be taken to your My Blackboard page.
You need to have an active @bilgiedu.net email account and a password in order to access BİLGİ Learn
If you cannot log in to BİLGİ Learn try the following:
* This is a paid service and the fees may vary by provider.
* Make sure your phone number has access to special services
No. Students can access Blackboard during the semesters that they are enrolled to classes. When students leave (e.g. Graduate or permanent leave) the university, their student affiliation is made inactive in the university's SIS System, at which point they can no longer access Blackboard.
Students should download any course materials and grades they need to their local computer before their leave from the university.
At the beginning of each semester, courses from previous semesters are made unavailable to students.
If you lose access to a Blackboard site for a course in which you are currently enrolled, check your SIS page and make sure you are still officially enrolled in the course.
If you are still in the course according to SIS, but have lost Blackboard access to it, please contact UZEM Support by email at email@example.com or by filling in the contact us web form on this web site.
While reporting an issue you should provide your name, Student ID, and course ID (e.g., BUS 101-Spring 2017 Section 03).
If the course menu is missing in your course site, please see the following guide: Hide or Unhide Course Menu
After the first student registers to a new semester the courses become available to all students and remain available for the rest of the semester. Twice a year, after the end of Finals and make-up exams in Fall and Spring semesters, course sites are made unavailable.
We recommend students to download any course materials they need to their local computer before the end of the semester. Also keep track of the grades they recieved during the semester.
If you are not able to open a file your instructor has posted to Blackboard, check the following:
Adobe Reader for viewing .pdf files (Windows & Mac)
Apple Quicktime (Windows & Mac)
Windows Media Player (Windows)
Microsoft Excel Viewer (Windows )
Microsoft PowerPoint Viewer (Windows)
RealPlayer (Windows & Mac)
Following these recommendations may help users avoid common problems associated with Blackboard tests:
E-mails are an essential part of the way Moodle works. They are used to keep you up to date with what is going on. If you wish to reduce the amount of emails you get you could:
This is either because:
There are many ways you can access their feedback. The most common method is by simply going to the same place where you uploaded the work. Another common method is to follow the link in the recent activity block (if the teacher has included it on the course). Another method would be to access the grade book and then follow the link for the required assignment. Depending upon how the assignment was set up, you may receive an email when it has been marked with a direct link to the feedback.
Moodle lets instructors set up an Assignment with a variety of settings. For example:
Note: Your instructor can use a standard Moodle Assignment, which looks like this:
Or, they may use a Turnitin Assignment in Moodle, which looks like this:
This page describes Moodle Assignments. For instructions on submitting a Turnitin assignment, see Submit a Turnitin Assignment in Moodle.
You may be asked to attach files or enter text directly into a text box.
Note: If your instructor is asking you to upload a file, they should inform you what file format you should submit (eg., .pdf, .doc, .pptx or .docx).