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How to Operate Blackboard for Statistical

Methods in Criminal Justice and


Criminology Course

For Students taking the Statistical Methods and


Criminal Justice and Criminology course

By: Destiny Nelson


Criminal Justice Major/Future Lawyer
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Table of Contents
List of Figures .......................................................................................................................... iii
Introduction ................................................................................................................................1
Stage 1: Logging into UMES Portal ..........................................................................................2
Stage 2: Getting into Blackboard ...............................................................................................4
Stage 3: Getting into the course .................................................................................................5
Stage 4: Completing the assigned work .....................................................................................6
Conclusion ...............................................................................................................................11
Glossary ...................................................................................................................................12
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List of Figures
Figures Page
1.1 UMES webpage ...................................................................................................................2
1.1.2 UMES webpage ................................................................................................................2
1.3 UMES Login page ...............................................................................................................3
1.1.3 UMES Login page ............................................................................................................3
2.1 UMES portal ........................................................................................................................4
3.1 Blackboard Homepage .........................................................................................................5
3.2 Blackboard Homepage .........................................................................................................5
4.1 Statistical Methods in Criminal Justice and Criminology homepage ..................................6
4.1.1 Statistical Methods in Criminal Justice and Criminology Begin Here page .................6
4.2 Statistical Methods in Criminal Justice and Criminology homepage ..................................7
4.3 Statistical Methods in Criminal Justice and Criminology Course Content Page .............7
4.3.1 Statistical Methods in Criminal Justice and Criminology week 1-2 assignments page ...8
4.4 Statistical Methods in Criminal Justice and Criminology week 1-2 assignments page ......9
4.5 Statistical Methods in Criminal Justice and Criminology Learning activities page ............9
4.6 REVEL homepage .............................................................................................................10
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Introduction
Blackboard is a website used at different universities for learning purposes and to enhance
teaching and learning efforts. It allows students to do a lot such as classwork, homework, view
grades etc. As well as it allows teachers to grade assignments, view them, give out notes
(PowerPoints) etc. The following pages present in detail on how to operate blackboard for the
Statistical Methods in Criminal Justice and Criminology course. Using this manual will help
guide you and lead you towards success in this course. Before you begin, you will need the
following materials: Phone or Laptop (Preferably laptop)
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Stage 1: Logging into UMES portal


1.1 Get on www.umes.edu

Figure 1.1. UMES webpage

1.1.2 Click on My UMES (See Figure 1.1.2)

Figure 1.1.2. UMES webpage


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1.3 Enter your username and password (See Figure 1.3)

Figure 1.3. UMES Login Page

1.1.3 LOGIN! (See Figure 1.1.3)

Figure 1.1.3. UMES Login Page


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Stage 2: Getting into Blackboard


2.1 Click on the blackboard icon (See Figure 2.1)

Figure 2.1 UMES portal


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Stage 3: Getting into the course


3.1 Click the title that says courses at the top of the portal (See Figure 3.1)

Figure 3.1 Blackboard Homepage

3.2 Click the course that says 2178-HAWKS-CRJS-370ONLINE-SEC0101-3537:


STATISTICAL METHODS IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE AND CRIMINOLOGY
Instructor: Kingsley Ejiogu: (See Figure 3.2)

Figure 3.2. Blackboard Homepage


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Stage 4: Completing the Assigned Work


4.1: Go to Begin Here (See Figure 4.1)

Figure 4.1 Statistical Methods in Criminal Justice and Criminology homepage

4.1.1: Go to Syllabus and Course Schedule to view the syllabus (See Figure 4.1.1)

Figure 4.1.1. Statistical Methods in Criminal Justice and Criminology Begin Here page

4.2: Go to course content (See Figure 4.2)


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Figure 4.2. Statistical Methods in Criminal Justice and Criminology homepage

4.3 Click each week to see whats due based on the syllabus (See Figure 4.3)

Figure 4.3 Statistical Methods in Criminal Justice and Criminology Course Content Page

4.3.1 Click whichever week you choose (See Figure 4.3.1)


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Figure 4.3.1. Statistical Methods in Criminal Justice and Criminology week 1-2 assignments
page

4.4 Click Learning Materials in whatever week you want to complete (See Figure 4.4)
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Figure 4.4. Statistical Methods in Criminal Justice and Criminology week 1-2 assignments page

4.5: Click Learning Activities (See Figure 4.5)

Figure 4.5. Statistical Methods in Criminal Justice and Criminology Learning activities page

4.6: Click REVEL (See Figure 4.6)


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Figure 4.6. REVEL homepage

4.6.1: Read the reading assignment/s on Revel/Pearson


4.6.2: Complete the Quiz
4.7: Repeat for each week
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Conclusion
After completing all the steps described above, you will know how to properly use blackboard
for Statistical Methods in Criminal Justice and Criminology course. These steps will not be the
same for every course in Blackboard. However, this manual gives you all the steps accurately to
pass and be successful in this course.
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Glossary

Criminology: The scientific study of crime and criminals.


Criminal: A person who has committed a crime.
Justice: Just behavior or treatment.
Statistical: Relating to the use of statistics.
Methods: A particular form of procedure for accomplishing or approaching something,
especially a systematic or established one.

Syllabus: An outline of the subjects in a course of study or teaching.


Schedule: A plan for carrying out a process or procedure, giving lists of intended events and
times.

Portal: An Internet site providing access or links to other sites.