You are responsible for making sure that the UO does not share confidential information -- essentially, all information about students except directory information such as name and email address. You shouldn't tell one student information about another. That's obvious for grades, but it also applies to other personal information.
Uploading a batch file for enrolling multiple users (students).
You may get help from CMET Consulting on using Excel if you run into any problems. Basically, you need to create an excel spreadsheet that has data on a single sheet. You can use the roster download from Duckweb and modify it to be as follows. On that sheet should be a single rectangular table with one row per person to add and the following 4 columns:
column A Username
column B Lastname
column C Firstname
... (leave columns D & E blank)
A student dropped and then later re-enrolled in my course, and now I cant re-add them to my Blackboard.
This is an error that occurs when Blackboard cannot process the re-enrollment of a user to a course which they have previously dropped. Unfortunately, the only solution at this time is to send an email to email@example.com, requesting that the users previous enrollment be cleared. Please make sure to include the courses CRN, and the effected users username in the email, as well as the problem.
If it's a UO course that you're taking this term, then you've been enrolled automatically. After logging into Blackboard, look under the "My Courses" heading. You should see links for all courses in the current term that (a) you are registered for and (b) are using Blackboard. If your class is not on this list, and you've been registered for the class for more than 24 hours (please verify your enrollment on DuckWeb), contact your instructor to find out if the course is actually using Blackboard.
My professor said my class is on Blackboard. What does this mean?
Blackboard is a web-based tool for teaching. It's easy to use both for faculty building an on-line course and for students. Blackboard can organize your class by hosting assignments, grades, discussion tools, course documents, and more. The Blackboard server can be found at http://blackboard.uoregon.edu. Different professors use Blackboard in different ways, for example: