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U of S Course Tools

U of S Course Tools (Blackboard) provides you with an online work space space for your courses. Its tools can help you distribute course material, communicate with participants, manage student evaluation, facilitate group projects, and more.

Getting Started

U of S Course Tools Login

You can access U of S Course Tools (Blackboard) directly, or from PAWS.

Note: Course information is loaded into U of S Course Tools approximately one month before the start of each term. Enrolment changes are updated automatically based on the student registration system.

U of S Course Tools Help

For general assistance and information on training, updates, policies and more, visit U of S Course Tools Help.

If you require additional assistance, contact the ICT Service Desk.

Support

Training

For information about U of S Course Tools training courses, visit Training - Course Tools.

General Support

For general support with U of S Course Tools, please see Course Tools Help.

If you require additional assistance, please contact the ICT Service Desk.

Additional Support

Request a Development Course

A development course is a location where you can build your course. Once you have it ready and wish to use it to teach, you can copy its content to the “live” course. Request a development course.

Request a Test Course

A test course is a a practice area where you can experiment with and learn about U of S Course Tools (Blackboard). We recommend that all instructors and course developers have a test course to learn about and practice using U of S Course Tools (Blackboard). Request a test course.

Course Development Support

If you would like assistance while you are developing your course, the following groups can provide support in the areas of instructional design and educational technology:

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