When you access Courses from the navigation panel, you see all of your courses where you're enrolled as a student.
To view organizations where you're a participant, tap the main menu icon and select Organizations. Organizations behave like courses and contain tools that enable members to communicate. For every organization where you’re a participant, you can access content, view announcements, and participate in discussions.
The Courses and Organizations lists function the same.
Doesn't seem familiar? Jump to the "Ultra" help about the course list.
You can clean up your view of the Current course or organization list. For example, hide a course that you no longer need to access.
- Tap the card at the end of the list that states the number of hidden courses or organizations.
- Tap a course or organization to hide or show.
The changes you make only apply to your view of the list.
You can reverse the process at any time. To show a hidden course or organization in the list again, tap the last card in the list. Tap a gray hidden course or organization to show it and Save.
Unavailable courses don't appear in the Blackboard app or the web browser view of Blackboard Learn for students.
Past or upcoming courses and organizations
If you have past or upcoming courses and organizations, you can swipe left or right to display them. Courses and organizations are placed in current, past, or upcoming lists based on the duration specified in the course or organization settings.
Doesn't seem familiar? Jump to the "Original" help about the course list.
Tap a course's star to favorite it and move it to the top of the course list. You can favorite courses in the app or a web browser and they'll show as favorites across both locations.
Courses set to Private by your instructor show in the list, but you can't access them until your instructor opens the courses.
Completed or upcoming courses and organizations
If you have completed or upcoming courses and organizations, tap Current to change your view. Courses and organizations show in the current, completed, or upcoming lists based on the duration or status set by your instructor or administrator.