You need a Windows tablet or phone running Windows 10+.
Are other devices compatible with the app?
There's a version of the Blackboard app for Android 4.2+ and iOS 9.0+ phones and tablets.
Start typing your school's name on the login screen in the app. If your school's name appears, go ahead and log in.
Schools that use Blackboard don't necessarily enable mobile device access. If you don't see your school listed, you can contact them and inquire whether they plan to enable mobile access.
Absolutely nothing! It's free to students! Enjoy.
We'd love to help, but Blackboard doesn't have access to student account information. To reset or retrieve your login credentials, contact your school's IT help desk. You can usually find a help desk link or email on your school's Blackboard website. The URL for your school is often https://yourschool.blackboard.com or something similar.
If your Blackboard username and password provided by your school aren't working for logging in to the app, contact your school's IT Help Desk.
The Blackboard app is available in over 30 languages, including English, Arabic, Chinese, Dutch, Italian, German, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, and Spanish. See the full list of supported languages in the release notes.
The language of the app comes from your device's operating system, not your Blackboard Learn language preference. Language settings affect the app interface, but not course content.
Where is Bb Student?
The Bb Student app was renamed in July 2017. The app name changed to Blackboard and the app tile was updated. The app’s functions remain the same. Be sure to update your app to the newest release.