Are you experiencing this?

Since the lounge is somewhat inactive at the moment, I figured I’d take this opportunity to ask the Blackboard users on the lounge a question.  Perhaps this could become a weekly feature.  Tech Musings or something.  Anyhow, I’d consider myself a competent Bb user.  I’ve noticed an interesting quirk.  The new service pack added in the much needed quick course-to-course navigation. (To the right of the grey home/house button in the picture below.)

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However, check out this picture.

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Notice that the most recent courses are not my courses from this semester, nor are the first 4 other courses.  Is anyone else experiencing this?  I’m going to do my homework over the next few days and try logging in on other computers, but I figured I’d ask all of you as well.  Enjoy the rest of the weekend. Thanks.  Feel free to air other Bb related questions here.

3 thoughts on “Are you experiencing this?

  1. Yes, its a bug that has come up and it’s being researched. Please post to the Backboard Instructors course so we can track other bugs and follow up.

    • Thanks. I’ll do that. I actually went onto the “Ask the Doctors” on Bb but did not receive a helpful reply. The replier told me that “eventually” the recently visited courses should reflect those that were recently visited. I told him that I’d believe it when I saw it. 🙂

  2. Hi!
    Yes, this is happening to me too. I have to scroll pretty far down to see my current courses and the “recently visited” is a course from 2010 that I have not recently visited 🙂

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