HOW TO LOG INTO BLACKBOARD
USERNAME: first 3 digits of your student ID, the initial of your first name, and your last name, all lowercase. Example: 123jsmith
PASSWORD: your entire student ID _____________________________________________________________________________________________
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Students can email email@example.com, call (936) 633-5208, or stop by the Administration Building, Room 107 (across from Records).
Instructors can call (936) 633-4522 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for help with course management.
Welcome to the Blackboard e-Education platform—designed to enable educational innovations everywhere by connecting people and technology.
Newly enrolled students will not be able to log into Blackboard until the first day of their classes. Contact your instructor via email or telephone if you need information about your new classes before the semester begins.
There are three ways to find contact information for instructors:
1. Go to www.angelina.edu, click on the Faculty tab and select Employee Directory.
2. Go to www.angelina.edu, click on Quick Links and select Credit Class Schedule. Use this page to search for your class. Class listings may contain instructor contact information.
3. Contact the division of the class you are taking and request more information.
Business: (936) 633-5300
Fine Arts: (936) 633-5233
Health Careers: (936) 633-5279
Liberal Arts: (936) 633-5222
Science and Math: (936) 633-5255
Technology and Workforce: (936) 633-5246
The QEP is Coming Fall 2015
What is a QEP? The Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP) is a 5-year plan the College will undertake to enhance student learning. Angelina College (AC) is using a learning community.
What is a learning community? An approach where a group of students are enrolled in paired courses, during a given semester, using a specified theme.
AC is committed to your success and continues to identify new ways to help you accomplish your goals. The College has developed a QEP designed to increase student success in math. The AC learning community, MASS (Math Achievement/Student Support), is designed to provide the skills and support needed to achieve in math. MASS is offered during the Fall semester, pairs MATH 0310 (Basic Math), Math Lab, and STSU (Student Success) and engages students in support service seminars
For more information about the QEP, contact Monica Peters-Clark at email@example.com or (936) 633-5250.