Accessing Class Materials Via Blackboard

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Accessing Class Materials Via Blackboard 1. Point your browser (Blackboard strongly prefers updated Firefox or Safari, but others also work sometimes) to http://courses.gmu.edu . a. If you get any window asking you to Trust or Run something, always agree to Trust or Run it. Really. This program is checked with a microscope by GMU tech support, so it's as trustworthy as they come. b. If you get a Browser Check window, just close it, even if it says there's an error or something missing. (Mac users: you'll get this every single time. Sigh.) c. If you know how, set your browser Preferences to accept pop-up windows from this site (if you don't know how, ask a techy friend). 2. Log in using your GMU email ID (mine is mredond1) and your email password (I'm not telling you mine!). 3. Click to choose ENGL 101.001. Feel free to noodle around with any page- or personal-settings if you'd like. 4. Experiment with this early . Email me ([email protected]) if you have difficulties. Top 5 Problems with Blackboard Prof. Reid's 10-minute rule applies to anything Blackboard-technology-related: If you've given it a good try for 10 minutes, and it's not getting any better, STOP and get help, and/or go to your back-up plan for getting the assignment done. 1.
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This note was uploaded on 02/06/2011 for the course ENG 101 taught by Professor Kimmet during the Spring '07 term at George Mason.

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