This article contains information on how to gain access to the University of the Free State (UFS) blackboard login portal also known as E-Learning Management System (LMS).
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This E-learning platform is designed to assist University of the Free State (UFS) lecturers in uploading their courses and course materials (such as course outlines, lecture notes/PowerPoint presentations, recommended reading books/journals, videos, and forums) to the E-learning platform so that students can access them for further academic work. In the coming days, a series of short video tutorials will be made available to assist our lecturers in uploading their courses.
How to access UFS Blackboard Login Portal
In order to sign in for the UFS Blackboard login portal, follow the simple steps below.
NB: Make sure you have an internet connection and an internet browser e.g Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Safari, etc on your device
- Click here to get started
Select UFS Staff and Students or Guests as the case may be
- Sign in with your UFS Username and Password if you are a staff or Student. As a guest sign in with third party credentials.
How to reset password
If you’re a staff member or a student who can’t access Blackboard Learn UFS because you forgot your password, go to the password reset page and click on the “Forgotten Password” link.
To reset your password, the University of the Free State (UFS) will send an SMS message to the mobile number associated with your account on the UFS system, or an email to your personal email address.
This system will generate a security code that you will need to reset your password. Simply type in your username and click “Search.”
By clicking the Search button, you give UFS permission to send the SMS to your mobile number or the email to your personal email address.
You can also easily change your password online at the UFS student portal using their Challenge-Response answers.
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