Blackboard is Wilmington University's online learning platform, where instructors and students can access course materials, communicate and collaborate online. Here you'll find information that will help you get the most out of your Blackboard course.
At the start of the Fall Semester of 2013, Wilmington University upgraded the Blackboard Learn system to the newest version. Learn more about what's better.
Blackboard 9.1 works best in the the latest version of Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome
If you are using Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Safari, or Opera, you should install the latest stable release of Mozilla Firefox. Learn more.
Blackboard will work in other browsers, but a few features may not function properly. We want you to have the best experience possible.
Helpful information for new or seasoned Blackboard instructors.
When your instructor is using Blackboard, use this information to help you get started.
Blackboard Collaborate is a web conferencing system that allows faculty and students to meet in an online classroom environment to capture a presentation, review sessions, and hold virtual office hours.
Organizations provide an easy way for WU groups, colleges, committees, cohorts and clubs to have virtual meeting space in Blackboard.
Learn more about Wilmington University's Online Learning and Hybrid degree programs and that use Blackboard for course delivery.
Download manuals, tipsheets, and software helpers for using Blackboard.
This page determines the capabilities of your web browser that are necessary for your Blackboard courses to work properly.