Blackboard, a web-based system designed to provide online module and course support, is a core part of your learning experience. Your module organiser can upload supplementary and supporting academic materials to enrich your learning experience. For some modules, we are using Blackboard as a framework for submitting assessments. Your module organiser will let you know if this is the case.
For more information on Blackboard, take a look at Learning Technology.
Using a UEA computer: log into the computer using your UEA username and password – the Portal will open as your homepage
There is a button on the top right of the portal page that leads you to e:Vision.
This web application gives you access to your student record and contains information about your time at university such as…
- Personal information e.g. your address and contact details, details of your personal adviser and tuition fees. It is very important to keep your contact address and telephone number up-to-date
Course information e.g. your Module enrolments
Timetables e.g. your current timetable, exam timetables, planning tools for your future timetables
Coursework submission e.g. coursework coversheets, schedules and method for submission, tracking your coursework after submission
Marks e.g. provisional and confirmed marks for coursework and exams
- You will be directed to e:Vision throughout your time at University to check and update information, choose your modules and get your marks. Staff in your Hub can help you if you have any problems finding what you are looking for.
- A Proof of Study letter can be required when you apply for a travel visa whilst studying with us. You can print this letter out yourself on e:Vision. If using for Visa purposes please check with your embassy, in advance of your appointment, that this printed version is acceptable. If an original signed version is required please print the letter and take to your Hub who will check, stamp and sign for you. Here's some guidance.
What if I have a problem with e:Vision?
Contact your Hub for advice. If logging on is an issue, visit the IT Helpdesk.