Course Management Instructions

General faculty questions about viewing rosters, Blackboard, TWEN, Lexis Classroom.


UDC Blackboard

  • Faculty can view Blackboard tutorials at
  • To make your Blackboard course available to students, follow these steps:
    • Log into Blackboard ( using your standard login credentials (email username and password).
    • Select your current course under “My Courses.”
    • Find the “Course Management” box on the bottom left of the webpage and click “Customization.”
    • Then click “Properties.”
    • Use the “Set Availability” and “Set Course Duration” functions.
  • If you would like to add a TA to your course site, please email

TWEN & Lexis Classroom

  • It is easy for students to self-enroll in your TWEN and Lexis Classroom courses.
  • Returning students should already have Westlaw and Lexis accounts.
  • 1Ls were provided Westlaw and Lexis during orientation.
  • Click here to view a faculty tutorial about using TWEN.
  • Click here to view a faculty tutorial about using Lexis Classroom.

Viewing Your Roster and Emailing Students:

  • You can access your roster and student email addresses regardless of which course management system your use.
  • Log into
  • Select “Faculty” from the menu and then “My Classes.”
  • Select the term from the dropdown menu.
  • Click the arrow to the right of your class.
  • Click “Summary Class List” at the top right.
  • Click on the arrow to the right of each student to view their email address, which you can copy and paste into an email.

Additional Training & Resources:

  • If you have questions about using Blackboard, TWEN, or Lexis Classroom, please refer to the “Faculty Resources” organization in Blackboard, which can be accessed via the following steps:
  • Then click “My Organizations” in the top righthand corner.
  • Click on the “UDC Law – Faculty Resources” organization.
  • There you will find instructions for using Blackboard, TWEN, Lexis Classroom, etc.


  • Last Updated Nov 18, 2019
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  • Answered By Yasmin Morais

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