Post-upgrade to Blackboard Learn 3900, we learned that the older E-Reserves Building Block integration no longer worked. If your course uses the older integration, you now see an error “Unable to compile class for JSP”.
Workaround for Instructors:
There is a newer “E-Reserves LTI” integration that replaces the legacy integration. See ARES E-Reserves LTI.
Workaround for Students:
Access E-Reserves from the library: https://www.library.jhu.edu/library-services/course-readings/ereserves-course-readings/
Eight Johns Hopkins divisions will migrate to a new learning management system beginning with the 2022-23 academic year.
Phishing scams use fraudulent emails to get users to reveal confidential information. Such emails usually look like they come from a legitimate organization such as Blackboard but contain links to illegitimate sites.
Blackboard has become aware of a mass phishing scam targeting customers using Blackboard Learn. To be clear, Blackboard Learn has not been hacked -- these are emails sent directly from a spammer to emails it may have harvested by spidering the institution's websites for email addresses.
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