Blackboard: Student Orientation Course and Certificate

Access the Blackboard Student Orientation

  1. Click here to access the Blackboard Student Orientation course.

    Please note: You can also find the link to all available Blackboard trainings using the website: Before logging in, click the link in the Get Help box labeled View Available Blackboard training. This link gives you easy access to the Student Orientation course and the Blackboard Crash Course   Get help box with link to available training on Blackboard home page highlighted
  2. Scroll to the bottom and select Log in as a CSCC student/employee.
    Shows "Get Started" section with log in button
  3. Log in using your username (no required) and password.
  4. If you began the orientation at an earlier date or completed it, you will see all of your past sessions listedBegin orientation page with arrows labeled a, b, and c pointing to the items mentioned below
    1. Start a New Session - To start the orientation for the first time or to start over from the beginning.
    2. Continue this Session - If you started a session, but stopped partway through you can click to pick up where you left off.
    3. Print Certificate or Email Proof - Completed sessions will have these option to print or email proof of completion.
  5. Follow the directions to complete the orientation. At the end, the following window will pop-up. Click Access Certificate if you need to print, save, or email your Certificate of Completion.

Certificate of Completion

     a. To print or save the Certificate of Completion:

  • Enter your name in the Name box.
  • Click View this Certificate.
  • A PDF of your certificate will open. Then, you can save or print it.

      b. To Email Proof of Completion:

  • Enter your name.
  • Enter your instructor's email address in the space provided.
  • Click Email Proof of Completion.

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