Texas Tech Worldwide eLearning
Resources for Students Transitioning to Online Delivery
Texas Tech University Worldwide eLearning has many resources available to students for online learning. Recent changes in our TTU community due to COVID-19 have resulted in transitioning to online classes for all TTU students beginning March 30. Online instruction will remain in place until further notice. Please view the tips and strategies on this page for success as an online student. Below are quick reference links if you still have questions regarding online instruction.
View Detailed Support Information Blackboard Collaborate Ultra - Student GuideFor further support, contact your instructor and they may submit a request on your behalf.
IT Help Central Support
As a Texas Tech Worldwide eLearning student, you are an important part of the Red Raider community. No matter where you are, we want to provide you with the resources you need to succeed. On this page are resources for participating in online courses, the student services available to you and Blackboard information.
Strategies for Online Student Success
Participating in an online course can be a convenient way to continue your education. This video offers strategies for successfully participating in your online courses.
Online Student Services
As an online student, you have access to a variety of student services. The video below gives an overview of the services available.
24/7 Support Services
Are you in need of support and don't know where to go? Visit the student support services
website! You can
find answers to frequently asked questions and contact our support team 24/7.
Student Support Services Website
Resources from the Dean of Students
TTU Library Services
Texas Tech University library services connect users with resources that advance intellectual
Visit the Library Website
University Writing Center Services
Writing serves as one of the primary means for learning and communication and every
good writer needs a good
reader. Our services are open to all undergraduate and graduate students as well as
faculty and staff.
Visit the Writing Center Services Website
The ultimate goal of the Learning Center is to provide you with the resources needed
to obtain academic
independence and success. Through positive interaction and effective communication,
a peer tutor is able to
create an educational environment that inspires you to develop autonomous learning
Visit the Online Tutoring Portal
Student Career Center Services
The University Career Center promotes your success by providing career development,
career exploration, and
job search opportunities to undergraduate, graduate, international, distance students,
Opportunities include career assessments, resume and cover letter critiques, mock interviews, personal statement critiques, faculty document critiques, salary negotiation assistance, interview room reservation, career events, and career exploration videos. Hire Red Raiders is the job posting board for employers seeking to hire TTU students and graduates. The Career Center staff is available to assist in identifying your marketable skills and career development needs.
Vist the Student Career Center Services website.
Financial Aid & Scholarships
Financial Aid assists a variety of students to attend Texas Tech University. Financial aid includes scholarships, grants, student employment, student loans and waivers. The website below includes needed applications as well as additional requirements and instructions for accessing important information.
Student Disability Services
The Texas Tech University Student Disability Services (SDS) staff provides a variety
of accommodations and
services for individuals with disabilities. Accommodations will be made in response
to the specific
Visit the Disability Services Website
Military and Veteran Students
The Military & Veterans Programs is here to assist veterans and their families in
personal, and professional success.
View Military and Veteran Programs
Worldwide eLearning Events
Here you can see what's going on at Texas Tech, including the main campus and the
regional sites aross the
See Worldwide eLearning Events
Student Complaint Process
The process for all students located outside the State of Texas, and for students
taking courses or programs
offered online/electronic or at regional/off-campus site locations in Texas. Texas
Tech University aspires to
resolve student grievances, complaints, and concerns fairly and amicably.
View Student Complaint Process
TTU eLearning Social Media
We're active across multiple social media platforms! We publish news, photos, and
other information about
online programs, regional sites, and more. Follow us to keep up-to-date with what's
happening in online and
distance education at Texas Tech!
Additional External Student Resources
Many resources have been made available by other members of our community, to those
affected by the transition to online learning. Visit the pages below to learn more
about these resources for students.
Barnes & Noble - bartelby
(self-tutoring and writing services)
Barnes & Noble joined VitalSource
(free access to eTextbooks)
Your online courses are accessed through a learning management system called Blackboard. Each course has its own page where information such as the syllabus, assignments, grade book, and communication tools are accessible. Below are some helpul links and video tutorials covering many of the features found in Blackboard.
To log into Blackboard, use your eRaider username and password. Once logged in, your currently enrolled courses can be accessed using the "My Courses" tab at the right of the home screen. From there, you can access the course materials and information, communicate with your instructor and peers, submit assignments, and view your grade book.Login to Blackboard
Blackboard will work best on a browser such as Google Chrome or Firefox. For a complete list of browser compatibility resources, click here.
Blackboard Support Videos
eLearning & Academic Partnerships
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