Tuskegee University eLearning
What to Expect in an Online Tuskegee University Course Video & Demo Course
Click here to watch a short video overview of what you will find in an online course https://youtu.be/CH2odaQhg4I
All Tuskegee University online courses are set up using the same general layout, look and feel. In every online course that you will take with us, you will find most of the navigation very similar, and you will find most of the tools and essential elements in the same location.
Demo Course - Blackboard
Tuskegee University Online courses use Blackboard as the course management software system. Some academic units utilize other software platforms and instructions for accessing and using those platforms will be sent to you by your academic unit after you enroll.
A Blackboard course site provides you multiple resources including course materials; course calendar; student access to grades; course syllabi; lecture materials; email, chat and discussion tools and more.
We strongly recommend that you take a look the demo course before your online class begins. Guests who are interested in learning how Blackboard works are encourages to use the demo course as well.
To begin the Blackboard demo, go to https://tuskegee.blackboard.com/ and use the following log on information: