Not all professors use Blackboard. If a class is not showing up and you feel it should, contact the professor for that class.
View page 4 of the Enabling Your Class in Blackboard - Faculty Quick Start Guide.
See the handout detailing the course copy process.
You will need to go to the myOleMiss Class Rolls and Grades interface, choose Set Blackboard Options for the course section, check the "Make Available to Students" option, and Submit.
You will need to go back to the myOleMiss Class Rolls and Grades interface, choose Set Blackboard Options for the course section, check the "Make Available to Students" option, and Submit.
If your instructor set up the assignment to allow multiple attempts, you can simply go back to your Blackboard course and submit the new assignment. If your instructor does not allow multiple attempts, you will need to contact your instructor and ask that they reset your assignment submission attempt, so that you can resubmit the correct assignment.
You can run the Blackboard Browser Compatibility Check from the link on the Blackboard login page to determine if your web browser is compatible with Blackboard.
Log into Blackboard and attempt to take the quiz again. If your instructor has not set the quiz for force completion, you should continue the quiz from the point at which you left off. If the instructor has turned on force completion the quiz, you will locked out of the quiz and will not be able to continue it. If this is the case, you will need to contact your instructor to have the reset your quiz attempt.
Follow the directions in the "How do I remove old courses from Blackboard" document.
Besides the online documentation, below are links to documentation specifically designed for students using Blackboard at Ole Miss. Submitting SafeAssignments and taking tests in Blackboard are two of the most common questions from students.
You need to enable the class for use in Blackboard. Directions are provided in the Enabling Your Class in Blackboard - Faculty Quick Start Guide.