down arrowMenu

UNI eLearning


How do I reorganize, edit, or personalize the "My Courses" module?

Users can reorganize, edit, or personalize the "My Courses" module:

  1. After you log into UNI eLearning, please put your cursor on the "My Courses" module's purple header.
  2. A "gear" icon should appear in the right hand side of the purple header. Click on the "gear" icon.
  3. In the "Personalize: My Courses" screen locate the course.

To hide a course(s): Uncheck the boxes under the "Course Name" and "Instructor" columns and then click the Submit button.

I can't see the Course Menu

In an eLearning course, users should see a menu that contains of different links to materials in the course. This menu is called the Course Menu and should look similar to this:

Course Menu

Users can minimize or hide the course menu which prevents users from navigating within the course. If the Course menu is not visible, below are the two options to display the Course menu again.


Minimized Course Menu:

How do I change my name in the UNI eLearning System?

Since the Blackboard eLearning System is integrated with the Student Information System (SIS), biographical updates (name changes, username changes) are now automatically updated daily in the UNI eLearning System.

If you do not like how your name appears in the Blackboard eLearning System, you will need to change it in the SIS.

Changing your name must be done in person and requires official documentation.

What web browsers are supported for use with UNI eLearning?

Blackboard supports five primary browsers for our current version of UNI eLearning: Blackboard Learn "Q4 2015" release:

  • Chrome from Google: Windows and Mac
  • Firefox from Mozilla: Windows and Mac
  • Safari from Apple: Mac only
  • Microsoft Edge from Microsoft: Windows 10 only
  • Internet Explorer (IE) from Microsoft: Windows XP, 7, 8 only

Please use the links below for detailed information on supported browsers:

Is the new eLearning system ADA compatible?

Blackboard's accessibility information can be found at  Blackboard uses Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act and the Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) issued by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) to measure and evaluate accessibility levels.  Blackboard recognizes their product accessibility is contingent upon your instructional design and offers instructors access to a free online course: Universal Design and Accessibility for Online Learning.  Blackb