The University of Lincoln is inviting staff and students to share their views on digital education at Lincoln in a series of workshops.
The University of Lincoln’s IT department are investigating a technical issue which caused Blackboard to be temporarily offline this morning, it has been revealed.
Blackboard is now ‘stable and performing well’ after continuous technical issues, Deputy Vice Chancellor Julian Free has confirmed.
Blackboard is to be taken offline early tomorrow morning for ‘an upgrade which will enhance the system’s capability’, it has been announced.
Julian Free, Deputy Vice Chancellor, has said that Blackboard is now performing as expected, despite the site remaining in a ‘test state’.
Students are being encouraged to ‘test the current stability’ of Blackboard after the site became accessible on Wednesday evening.
Tommy George, the Vice President for Academic Affairs, has emailed students on the issues affecting Blackboard, as the site continues to experience intermittent issues.
The University of Lincoln’s Blackboard portal – used by students to access learning resources – has now been offline for the fourth time in four days.
Lincoln County Hospital, Pilgrim Hospital and Grantham Hospital have all been affected by today’s cyber-attack on the NHS, it has been announced.
IT systems at the University of Lincoln are now back up and running following a previous 'power outage'.