Blackboard is a learning management system commonly used in New Zealand and Australian universities. Since 2009, all papers at AUT have had a Blackboard component, although the extent to which this is used is dependent on individual lecturers and programme development. Faculties and schools also use the community module in Blackboard to keep connected with students.
All queries relating to the use of Blackboard should be logged with the ICT Service Desk.
To contact the ICT Service Desk
Phone: 0800 AUT ICT (0800 288 428) (call are free from NZ mobile phones and landline)
Contact us online via: http://ithelp.aut.ac.nz
Blackboard can be accessed via this URL:
Login name and password are the same as they are for logging onto the network. Supporting Blackboard is the Learning Technologies Support Team, providing services and support for administration, programme development and strategic direction.
AUT's Strategy for Flexible Learning
The Auckland University of Technology 2017-2021 Draft Strategic Plan highlights the need to provide students with ‘A collaborative physical and virtual environment’; supporting this is a statement to provide ‘Digital technologies that (among others) - extend the impact and reach of learning activities and services; (and) - connect students with each other and with staff. Blackboard is the core component of a suite of online systems that enable many of these activities and interactions for students at AUT.
Last updated: 07-Feb-2017 11.07am
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