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Many faculty members at the University of Hartford use an online course management program called Blackboard. Students may use Blackboard to access the syllabus for a course, respond to discussion questions posted by the instructor, perform group projects, and even send in papers or take quizzes. In order to access Blackboard, every person taking a class at the University of Hartford should request a University e-mail address. There is no charge for this e-mail address. In addition to allowing students access to Blackboard, a University e-mail address will also allow students to access the library databases from their home computers. This is a great benefit for adult students who can conduct research from home rather than driving onto campus to do it.

E-mail addresses are automatically generated at the time of course registration and will be mailed to the student's home address within 24 hours. Log in information for Blackboard and webmail will also be included in this mailing. Students having trouble accessing Blackboard or webmail should contact Computer Support Services located on the first floor of the Beatrice Auerbach Computer and Administration Center. For hours of operation, check its website at http://uhaweb.hartford.edu/its/services.htm.

Since important communications are often sent to student e-mail accounts from the administration and faculty, students are advised to check their University of Hartford e-mail accounts frequently or to forward their university e-mail to their home e-mail accounts. Follow this link to learn more about forwarding instructions.