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There’s a new Blackboard app

There’s a new Blackboard app

February 10
22:41 2016

Adalberto Toledo | Staff Writer


Blackboard said in a mass email it has developed a new mobile app called Bb Student, providing a more bubbly and user-friendly experience for students.

The app offers a new activity stream which aims at providing a “smart view” for students prioritizing events, actions and due dates. Users will be able to complete and submit assignments, quizzes and tests all within the app.

Follow these steps to download and install the Bb Student app:

Phones must have these operating systems installed: iOS8, Android 4.0, Windows 8.1 or above.

From your device, access the appropriate online store.

  1. iTunes Store on your iPhone, Google Play on your Android device or
    Windows Store on your Windows device.
  2. Search for Bb Student.
  3. Install the app on your mobile device.
  4. Open Bb Student and search for the University of North Texas.
  5. Log in with your Blackboard Learn EUID and password.

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    Blackboard App December 29, 17:10

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