SMU Blackboard Portal Login
Are you trying to figure out how to get to the SMU Blackboard Portal Login page? You are in the proper location.
A student portal is a term that refers to the login page where students can enter their username and password to receive access to an education organization’s programs as well as other learning-related resources and information.
The Sefako Makgatho Health Sciences University (SMU) Blackboard Portal, sometimes referred to as the E-Learning Management System (LMS), can be accessed using the information in this post.
The Sefako Makgatho Health Sciences University (SMU) works to enhance its students’ learning experiences. The use of a learning management system (LMS) will therefore make it simple for students to attend lectures online, obtain lecture notes, and turn in assignments wherever they are.
This e-learning platform will assist professors at the Sefako Makgatho Health Sciences University (SMU) in posting their courses and course materials (such as course outlines, lecture notes/PowerPoint presentations, suggested reading books/journals, videos, and forums) on the E-learning platform so that students can access them for ongoing academic work. To help our lecturers publish their courses more easily, a series of quick video tutorials will be made accessible in the coming days.
How to use the SMU Blackboard Portal and register for classes.
The instructions for signing up for the SMU Blackboard System are provided below:
- Open your internet browser e.g. Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox, etc.
- Go to https://ithute.smu.ac.za/ SMU Blackboard Portal
- Select Log in
- Once logged in, scroll down the page to Course Categories. Select your School
- Select your course or check for your course in your department.
- You will then see the content for your course.
- All registered students have access to Blackboard. To login follow the same steps as above.
- To reset passwords, send email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your student number.
In circumstances when students do not have access to a device or data, additional options are being considered, such as employing the South African Post Office to provide paper-based materials to students. When contacting teaching resumes, students will receive additional assistance, especially those who have struggled with the adjustment to online study. Face-to-face lectures may need to be extended through the September and December vacation periods, and some cohorts’ academic programs may need to be extended into 2023.
Students with questions about the academic curriculum can contact their local institutions. Students who do not have suitable mobile computing devices and cannot secure them elsewhere should contact their Faculty representatives.