After a lengthy review of learning management systems (LMS) that included course pilots and feedback from the ASU community, ASU has decided to move to Canvas. The current Blackboard LMS will be available until June 30th, 2019. During the transition period both systems will be available. Visit the UTO's LMS site ( https://lms.asu.edu/
) for more information on the migration.
Beginning July 1, 2019, Blackboard will no longer be accessible.
Please follow the steps below to archive any work you wish to retain for future use. If any course is more than two years old, or your instructor has made it unavailable, it may not be accessible on our systems.
Sign into Blackboard at https://myasucourses.asu.edu
or by clicking on the course title on your MyASU
Click on the My Grades page on the left navigation menu.
- For Assignments
- Click on the title of the assignment to be brought to the submission page.
- To the right of your assignment preview, you will find the assignment details panel, click the download icon next to your document title and the download will begin.
- Return to your My Grades page and repeat this process for any other assignments you would like to save.
- For Discussions
- From your My Grades page, click on the title of the discussion to be brought to the submission summary page.
- Click on the Print Preview button at the top of the page, if you would like to print. If you would like to save the content instead of printing, you can highlight your posts and paste them into a word document. Remember that you will need to manually download any attachments in this area as well!
- For Journals and Wikis
- From your My Grades page, click on the title of the journal to be brought to the submission summary page.
- Highlight your posts and paste them into a word document. Remember that you will need to manually download any attachments in this area as well!
Where should I save my regular coursework so that it remains accessible?
We highly recommend backing up your work on your ASU Google Drive in addition to your computer.
Consider organizing your best work in a Digication digital portfolio (free to all students and alumni) to share and showcase your best work and experiences. Digital portfolios can be shared as part of a Graduate School application or with future potential employers by adding the URL to your resume. Providing evidence of your competencies in the form of completed work and projects allows you to show mastery of both the subject matter and the program outcomes associated with your degree.
Example templates include:
Use the Digital Portfolio Help Resources Start Here section to quickly create your own version of any of these and other portfolio templates available to you!