Notice About Blackboard Mobile Learn?
The following areas are able to be viewed and interacted with by the student:
- View Announcements
- View materials attached in folders
- View description and materials attached to Assignments
- Create new threads in existing Discussion Board topics
- View Grades
- View the class Roster
As a student, what tools and features are NOT available in Bb Student and Blackboard Mobile Learn?
The following course tools/features that are NOT available and/or supported while using this App are:
- Assessments (e.g., tests and quizzes)
NOTE: We do not support or advise the submission of tests/quizzes over a wireless connection. Students will have an option to view a test/quiz through their mobile devices’ browser, but we do not support it.
- Submitting Assignments
- Course Mail
- Viewing the Syllabus (unless attached as a document you can download)
- Viewing material posted to folders (unless the instructor has attached a copy in a format you can download.)
- Viewing any Flash-based instructional content or movies. Please note that Flash files are not supported on devices using IOS.
1. Visit the:
- App Store on your iPhone, iPad, or iPad touch
- Google Play Store on your Android device
- BlackBerry smartphone devices are NOT SUPPORTED
- web OS devices are NOT SUPPORTED
2. Search for "Bb Student" or "Mobile Learn"
3. Install the app
4. Search for “Three Rivers College”
5. Login to Mobile Learn with your personal Blackboard credentials (same as student email)
On August 31, 2017 Blackboard Inc. ended support for the Mobile Learn app for mobile devices, and has been removed from mobile app stores. Although the Mobile Learn app is currently working for most users connecting to Three Rivers’ Blackboard Learn online courses, the app will have limited functionality or stop working with future updates to mobile devices. For example, on September 19, 2017 Apple officially released the iOS 11 for iPhone and iPad, and the Mobile Learn app no longer functions properly. If you wish to continue to access Blackboard via Mobile Learn, you should refrain from upgrading to iOS 11 temporarily. Android devices are currently unaffected, but that may change with future android system updates.
Blackboard Inc.’s new mobile app “Blackboard” is not currently supported by Three River’s version of Blackboard Learn. The Office of Distance Learning for blackboard support plans to upgrade the blackboard server by the start of the Spring 2018 semester to enable full function of this app. The new Blackboard app is available on mobile app stores for both iPhone and Android devices, but it is not currently fully supported and has very limited functionality with our current version of Blackboard.