DACC Online

DACC Online

Getting Started with Your Online Courses at DACC

REGULAR START FALL TERM 2018 (Courses with a start date of 8/20/18)
Students will be able to access those courses on 8/17/18.

LATE START FALL TERM 2018 (Courses with a start date of 9/17/18)
Students will be able to access those courses on 9/14/18.

To register for online courses, please call 217-443-8800. NOTE: If you register for classes today, Blackboard courses will not appear on your Bb Course List until the next day.

Strategies for Online Learning Success
Complete the Online Learning Orientation (INST-110) before the semester starts
Plan time each day to work on your online course
Your online course will require as much work as your face-to-face class
Contact your instructor immediately if you have a question
Use a flash drive to backup all of your course work

Step 1. Retrieve your Student User ID and Password
If you have problems retrieving your Student User ID and/or Password, contact the Computer and Network Services department at cns@dacc.edu or 217.443.8861 or 217-443-8871.

Step 2. Log in to Blackboard and locate your course(s):

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Log in to Blackboard Learn
You may want to bookmark this website for easy access.


Blackboard Apps

Are Online Classes Right for me?

DACCNet Acceptable Use Policy

Faculty Resources

Online Services for Students

Student Resources/Tech Requirements

Blackboard Technical Support Request Form

Online Testing Tips

Test Proctoring

Discussion Board Tips

Video Tutorials

Step 3. Complete the Online Orientation (INST-110) module in Blackboard (For students taking their first online course at DACC)
If a student has never taken a course online before, he or she is encouraged to access the Online Learning Orientation (INST-110) before participating in an online course. This is not a graded activity but will help familiarize you with Blackboard courses. After you login to Blackboard, you will see a module called "My Courses." This contains a list of all of the courses for which you are registered (they will become available on the Friday before the first day of class) and a link to INST-110. Click on this link to open the tutorial. Follow instructions provided.

Bb My Courses

Face-to-face (on campus) orientations are also offered. Please contact your academic advisor or call Registration at 217-443-8800 to sign up.

Step 4. Locate and enter your class in Blackboard
Click on the "DACC Online" or "Courses" tab inside Blackboard. Your courses will be listed on the right side of the page under "My Courses." To enter your class, click on the course name. This will take you "inside" your class.

Step 5. Read carefully and follow your instructor's directions.
Once you log into your course, you should see some directions about what to do next, and how to begin working in the course. The instructor will probably have a syllabus and other course information for you to read. If your course uses Blackboard, email the instructor using the internal course email tool. If you do not see an email tool in your Blackboard course or other course portal, send an email to your instructor's DACC email account by using the email address you found on the course list. Contact your instructor if there's something you don't understand!

Please note: online courses usually still require textbooks!
Be sure to check with the campus bookstore!


If you have questions, your first point of contact is your instructor.
For Blackboard technical support, please contact:

Maggie Hoover


You may also use this convenient web form:
Technical Support Request Form

Danville Area Community College is accredited for distance delivery of courses that satisfy the certificate and/or degree programs in Accounting; Marketing Mid-Management; Travel and Tourism; and the general transfer Associate of Science and Arts (ASA) degree by the Higher Learning Commission.


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Danville Area Community College has been approved by Illinois to participate in the National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements. NC-SARA is a voluntary, regional approach to state oversight of postsecondary distance education.



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