To be a successful online student, you need to be self-motivated, able to
manage your time appropriately, comfortable interacting with Blackboard
and other technologies, and able to express your ideas in writing. If you
feel confident in these areas, give an online course a try! If not, look
for a blended course that mixes face-to-face instruction with online
learning and interaction. Blended courses are a good introduction to
online learning with some of the features of a traditional course.
Take the Student Readiness Survey to find out if you are ready to take an online course.
See this document for Blackboard Assessment best practices: http://it.unh.edu/media/blackboard/bb91SP8-docs/BP_student_quizzes.pdf
Condensed online courses like January and Summer term are very intense.
Essentially 1 day of a January term course = 1 week of a typical 15-week semester.
This means you need to devote a fair amount of time every day to course
work. You won’t be able to go skiing for a week or work full time. While
it is a big time commitment, you’re getting 4 credits for 3 weeks of
The UNH Service Desk is open from M-F from 7:30am-5pm, call 862-4242 for
The IT Service Center is on the 3rd floor of Dimond Library
and open during the following times:
Or submit a question via our online learning
It may be as simple as updating your browser plugins. Try to answer your
question at the Tegrity Help pages. You can also
call UNH Service Desk at 862-4242 or fill out our online learning support
Check out the minimum
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